Post Archive

April 1, 2008

In an effort to help Reverend Jeremiah A. Wright, Jr., some people are not only defending Wright but portraying him as a "prophet." The Reverend...

At a certain point it dawned on officials in West Yorkshire, England that something was amiss. That point: when children's services authorities lost track of...

I thought the dynamic duo of Teresa Heinz Kerry and Michelle Obama might have been an April Fool's gag, but I was wrong. Even a...

Sometimes the rhetoric of Israel's Arab leadership is so overblown as to make its entertainment value greater than its cost in outrage. Take, for example,...

It hasn’t received much attention yet, but new South Korean president Lee Myung-bak has thrown some cold water on the “sunshine policy” of his predecessors....

Reuters reports that when President Bush meets Vladimir Putin this Sunday, the United States and Russia will sign what an unidentified Kremlin source describes as...

I just came across these comments from former Congressman John Kasich: "So, Obama says he doesn't want to vet his pastor. Why not? I mean,...

COMMENTARY contributor Daniel Pipes has a piece in today’s Philadelphia Bulletin, in which he asserts that Western Europe is beginning to show promising signs...

While Swiss energy company EGL--backed by its government--is busy signing unprecedented gas deals with Iran, the U.S. government is trying to increase economic pressure on...

I don't often find myself in agreement with Slate, but I agree with almost everything in this article by Phil Carter and Fred Kaplan on...

I've observed that the mainstream media is getting a bit tougher on their favorite candidate. There are two further signs of that. First, ABC's Jake Tapper...

On Friday, a federal judge set aside a $200 million judgment against the Palestinian Authority for its involvement in terrorism and ordered a new trial,...