Post Archive

May 4, 2009

At the 1992 Republican Convention in Houston, I had the unpleasant responsibility of telling Jack Kemp that he could not sit beside Jude Wanniski in...

If you want a belly laugh, read this Times of London article about the latest pirate attack off Somalia: From a distance the large ship on...

Since his switcheroo, Sen. Arlen Specter has been on Meet the Press and his name is all over the headlines. That's catnip for most politicians....

Stuart Koehl, on Jennifer Rubin: Faced with the impossibility of trying Guantanomo terrorists in U.S. civilian courts, finding allied countries unwilling or unable to take...

Two incidents at AIPAC illustrate the range of human experience that politics brings out. Sitting in the press area awaiting the afternoon speeches yesterday I said hello...

All those who complain that America needs to stop policing the world should take a look at what happens when other countries try on the...

While a vast majority of American Jews feel comfortable with President Obama and hold his policies in high regard, a majority of Israelis don't yet...

As I had suspected, Sen. Jeff Sessions struck a deal with Chuck Grassley: Sessions will take Ranking Minority Chair on Judiciary for the remainder of...

As President Obama considers who he will nominate to succeed Justice Souter on the Supreme Court, expect a lot of his supporters to demand that...

The New York Times has figured out there is a little glitch in Obama's economic scheme: As the Obama administration racks up an unprecedented spending bill...

A recent poll found that sixty-six percent of Israeli Jews support military action against Iran. Moreover, among those supporting military action, seventy-five percent said that...

Over the weekend, Andrew Sullivan thought it important to remind his readers that John Walker Lindh, the American Taliban, was "the first victim of torture."...