Post Archive

March 10, 2008

If everyone at the Manhattan Institute suddenly became raving socialists and decamped to Baltimore to concoct a sprawling, five-year missive on urban decay and the...

Those of us who live in New Jersey, Connecticut and New York know that the local broadcast media refer to the region as the "tri-state...

The thing is, Eliot Spitzer is a crook. I'm not referring to the current prostitution scandal. I'm not referring to the scandal last year involving...

Many will celebrate the downfall of a man who hounded Wall Street and whose personal vindictiveness and nasty temper knew no bounds. As Rep. Peter...

For the past several decades Malaysia, along with its neighbor, Singapore, one of the primary exhibits pointed to by those intent on extolling the virtues...

Well, I guess he's not going to be the first Jewish president after all....

On Saturday, Vladimir Putin tried to dash hopes that Dmitry Medvedev will be a softie in his dealings with the West. "I have the...

It is dawning on Europe at last that if a state is to survive, citizenship must mean something more than an aggregate of tribal affiliations....

Ted Bromund’s analysis of the benefits that Tony Blair will bring to Yale is well taken.  However, the former British Prime Minister’s sudden retreat to...

Two revelations in the past couple of weeks have raised the question of whether Barack Obama's "politics of hope" is transmogrifying into the politics of...

The New York Times has the latest tell-all on how poorly the Clinton campaign has been run. And it makes Hillary sound like a familiar...

Frankly, my initial reaction, as a Yale lecturer, on hearing that Tony Blair will spend 2008-09 at Yale as the Howland Distinguished Fellow (he'll...