Post Archive

January 12, 2009

I'm sure those at The Economist believe its current cover story and lead editorial, "The hundred years' war," is a balanced appraisal of the conflict...

Over the past few weeks, conventional wisdom has dictated that the current fighting in Gaza has significantly undermined chances for a two-state solution--whether Israel wins...

Steven Erlanger wrote a revealing article in the New York Times about the methods of urban warfare used by the Israel Defense Forces and Hamas...

Award season in Hollywood always offers a fine array of enlightening celebrity comments. Yesterday's Golden Globes did not disappoint. We were graced with this bit...

Eric, many thanks for your thoughtful and perceptive comments.  Of course, I hope you are right that the Bush-administration strategy has advanced the prospects of...

It should come as no surprise that President-elect Barack Obama will propose keeping the estate tax which was set to be eliminated, and then hike...

History books will one day explore the transformation of Ehud Olmert over the past two and a half years. In 2006, he was a swaggering...

President-elect Obama has learned closing Gitmo isn't easy, likes Dick Cheney's advice and is planning on continuing Clinton and Bush 43's policy toward Israel. This is...

Although the IDF has been careful not to leak too much, it is looking more and more like Israel has shifted into endgame mode. Last...

Susan Estrich writes: "Go back to the oven," the woman in her hijab in Fort Lauderdale, Fla., yelled to the Jewish Americans demonstrating their support for...