Post Archive

March 26, 2008

The New York Times regularly signals changes in the conventional wisdom of our foreign policy elite. Careful reading of its reporting on the election of...

Barack Obama has no imperfection or shortcoming that can't be glossed over by liberal pundits. The latest gloss: he has no Jewish problem and all...

Today, the Chinese Foreign Ministry expressed "serious concern and strong dissatisfaction" with a mistaken shipment of American military parts to Taiwan. It then urged...

Pakistani-American women may soon be compelled to embrace humility and subservience in larger and larger numbers. But the women of Pakistan’s new political elite are...

Yesterday (as Jennifer noted) Sen. Hillary Clinton spoke for the first time about the association between the Rev. Jeremiah Wright and Sen. Barack Obama, saying...

Hillary Clinton, for the second day in a row, prompts us to think long and hard about Reverend Wright. In a Time interview she says: Well...

It was shocking enough when, five days ago, a Franklin & Marshall College poll showed that 19 percent of Hillary’s supporters would vote for John...

The news came last week that the United States would commence the transfer of some $150 million to the Palestinian Authority. This week, the European...

Most candidates face a challenge going from a primary (where they have appealed to their base) to the general election (where they must offer more...

Speaking on behalf of a troubled nation, I would like to thank Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama for establishing new standards by which we can...

Today the New York Times has an article about the many Muslim Pakistani-Americans in Lodi, California who are schooling their daughters at home. At least...

Karen DeYoung published a story in the Washington Post that ought to embarrass anyone making decisions about who deserves permanent residence in the U.S. Saman Kareem...