Post Archive

November 29, 2007

The string quartet repertory is so demanding to play that fans of the genre cling to rare historical favorites on CD who manage to get...

An interview with the editor of National Review about his recent trip to Iraq, the case for bombing Iran, Ron Paul, and more. An Interview with...

Fred Thompson, responding to a YouTube question posed during the CNN presidential debate last night, pledged to veto any bill containing amnesty for illegal immigrants....

Many conservatives, even those generally supportive of democracy promotion, have been supporting Pervez Musharraf on the “better the devil you know” theory (articulated in this...

Blood has been pretty bad between Israel’s Jewish and Arab citizens since the riots in the Arab sector in October 2000, one month after the...

Last week James D. McGee, the new American ambassador to Zimbabwe, formally presented his diplomatic credentials to Robert Mugabe. This will not be an easy...

To follow up on my posting from yesterday regarding Bill Clinton’s implausible claim that he opposed the Iraq war from the beginning, it’s worth reading...

This is the picture of Israel that Palestinian state television broadcast the day after Annapolis: Palestinian Media Watch has the details: An information clip produced by the...

I only saw a little of the Republican presidential debate last night, which featured video questions sent in through YouTube selected by CNN. There's a...

Let us connect four dots. On September 11, 2001, some 3,000 people were killed by Islamic terrorists in New York, Washington, D.C., and in Pennsylvania. It...

U.S. To Hold N. Korea To Nuclear Promises -- today's Washington Times....

Last week, on my way from New York to Jerusalem, I had a few hours to spare in Athens; so I paid a visit to...