Post Archive

December 18, 2007

The fifth and final cut of Ridley Scott's 1982 science fiction classic, Blade Runner, comes out this week in a variety of overstuffed DVD packages....

David Hazony is actually too kind to “Israel’s paper of record,” Haaretz, when in an earlier post he says one of its editorials exposes ...

It's been a bad couple of days for Islamic Jihad and Hamas. In response to increased rocket fire from IJ and mortar fire from Hamas,...

Yesterday, the New York Times ran a piece called "Vexing Questions about Jewish Identity" that was the talk of the town, its subject being a...

Here are words I never thought I’d write: I am grateful to MoveOn.org. They really brightened my day. In fact I was chuckling out loud...

Yesterday, a Japanese destroyer, equipped with the Aegis battle-management system, shot down a dummy missile over the Pacific. This is the first time that...

In what's unlikely to be a surprise even to casual observers of the United Nations, an internal audit conducted by the international organization has discovered...

This holiday season, while other stocking stuffers hash out the comparative merits of J. R. R. Tolkien, C. S. Lewis, J. K. Rowling, and Philip...

Was it great news when the United States Sentencing Commission voted unanimously earlier this month to lighten punishments retroactively for crimes involving crack cocaine? The shift...

In his post yesterday, John Podhoretz writes: Of course Mike Huckabee can win the Republican nomination. I dismissed the possibility a few weeks ago by saying...

I am always impressed by the particular fondness for critiquing the New York Times shared by writers on contentions. Without judging one way or another,...

For someone who couldn’t stop advertising his post-invasion humility, Andrew Sullivan sure got over any trepidation about sweeping pronouncements. This is from his endorsement of...