Post Archive

April 7, 2008

The news of Charlton Heston's death on April 5 at age 84 brought to mind the passing, four years ago, of one of his legendary...

South Carolina Senator Lindsey Graham (who sits on the Armed Services Committee) gave a telephone briefing today on the Iraq hearings set to start tomorrow....

At Al Arabiya today, John Esposito--co-author of Who Speaks for Islam?, a book based on a study of 50,000 people in 35 Muslim countries--says When...

As the Jeremiah Wright scandal was breaking, I speculated that trouble of this sort for her rival was precisely the reason Hillary Clinton was staying...

Following the release of MP Geert Wilders’ anti-Islamic film Fitna, the Dutch government unequivocally denounced the project. In a televised statement, Prime Minister Jan...

One of the policy frustrations conservatives have experienced with John McCain has been his propensity to attack capitalists and hence capitalism. Despite high praise for...

In today's Wall Street Journal, Yochi Dreazen airs the views of Lieutenant Colonel Gian Gentile, an Iraq War veteran now teaching at West Point....

In the substantive debate, aptly argued by Gordon Chang and David Hazony, over whether the U.S. should participate in the Olympics, I find myself searching...

I saw Michael Moore’s 2002 “documentary” Bowling for Columbine in a packed movie theater on Manhattan’s Upper West Side. In the movie’s most painful sequence,...

For the last month, the Israeli media have been awash with cases of horrific child abuse, mostly among ultra-Orthodox, or "haredi," families. I will spare...

David Ignatius has written several spy-thrillers in addition to his day job. (He’s now a columnist for the Washington Post.) He has developed some good...

On Sunday, Likud opposition leader Binyamin Netanyahu described Christian Zionists as Israel’s best friends: This is a friendship of the heart, a friendship of common roots,...