Post Archive

February 4, 2009

Jewish critics of Israel in Britain are in a bind these days. As Guardian columnist Jonathan Freedland writes today, British Jews are experiencing a wave...

The Obama team's newest Commerce Secretary nominee has an "issue." It seems Judd Gregg had a staffer implicated in the Abramoff mess. (Oh, and Gregg...

I admit I've never been a huge fan of the F-22 Raptor. Not because it isn't an impressive aircraft -- it is --but because...

Stuart Rose, on Jonathan Tobin: You know, as the secretary and the others have said, when the Iranians unclench that fist, there will be a hand...

When Israel retaliated against Hezbollah in July of 2006, something strange and new and unexpected took place. Arab governments blamed Hezbollah for sparking the conflict...

The domestic auto industry is dying under a trio of crippling factors -- excessively lucrative labor contracts, poor management, and government regulation. Bankruptcy could have...

The Obama administration's charm offensive with the Islamist regime in Tehran has gotten off to a bumpy start. The Iranians announced today that a women's team...

Following his tirade against Israeli President Shimon Peres at last week's World Economic Forum in Davos, Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan has become the...

This is not the headline a White House likes to see, especially two weeks and a day after taking office: "Administration Is Described as...

The RNC caught a break -- just in time. The Congressional seat (NY-20) opened by Kirsten Gillibrand's elevation to the Senate has been identified by Michael Steele...

I guess he "screwed up" again: The Obama administration asked retired Marine Gen. Anthony Zinni to be U.S. ambassador to Iraq but abruptly withdrew the appointment...

The aftermath of Daschle-gate is uniformly harsh. This report is typical: Mr. Daschle's sudden withdrawal comes two weeks to the day after Mr. Obama took office, and...