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December 4, 2007

Bill Kristol says flatly that if Mike Huckabee does as well in December as he did in November, he will win the Republican nomination for...

Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez has lost his referendum. The margin was narrow—51 percent to 49 percent—and the turnout low—about 56 percent—but he has lost...

If Iran did halt its nuclear weaponization program in 2003, then we can thank the U.S. military presence in Iraq. Yet the Democrats consider the...

I admire Christopher Hitchens as a fierce critic of Islamist violence, and his thunderbolts against organized religion are unfailingly entertaining. But he makes a couple...

Here at the horizon, Dara Mandle wonders about the death of reading. Over at The New Republic, James Wolcott offers a lengthy and vastly...

The State Department yesterday announced a new round of sanctions on Robert Mugabe's regime in Zimbabwe, and they are significant because they will hit the...

This week, archaeologists in Jerusalem reported the discovery of a great wall dating to the sixth century B.C.E., likely to be part of the very...

This may be the greatest television advertisement of all time....

The differences are greater than the similarities, but somehow the Saudi decision to send exiled politician Nawaz Sharif back to Pakistan on an airplane belonging...

Writing about the new National Intelligence Estimate reporting that Iran’s nuclear program came to a halt in 2003, Norman Podhoretz entertains "dark suspicions" that the...