Post Archive

April 19, 2009

Being in Rome, presumably on holiday, and probably having a deadline for a blog entry, Bradley Burston translated the understandable inspiration anyone could feel looking...

Perhaps sensing that the phrase "deeply disappointing" conveyed a naivete and disinclination to do anything about the convicted American journalist, the president has now said...

Last week, I wrote an op-ed for the Jerusalem Post in which I criticized J Street's endorsing the production of Seven Jewish Children, by the...

"If I had my way, I'd destroy all the mosques and spread the whores around a little more," the detective said. "At least they're not...

If you've been reading Andrew Sullivan's blog over the past 48 hours you're forgiven for thinking I am the pro-torture spokesperson for American conservatism. Andrew...

Two avenues are open to those skeptical about any positive results coming from another round of Israeli-Arab peace processing. The first one can be called the...

The Obama administration seems blissfully unaware of its policies' impact on the economy -- or perhaps doesn't care so long as its liberal wish list...

The State Department has rejected Israel's demand that recognition of Israel as a Jewish state be a precondition for further negotiations with the Palestinians. It...

The Iranian-American journalist Roxana Saberi was convicted of spying by an Iranian court and sentenced to eight years in prison. She has already been detained...

More push-back from former Bush advisors on release of the enhanced interrogation memos. And attorney David Rifkin of the Council on Foreign Relations argues that...