Post Archive

July 1, 2009

Charles Krauthammer notes that besides its aversion to the word "victory," the Obama team doesn't allow "democracy" to pass its lips when it comes to...

There's something about travel that seems to bring out the worst in both the American and British governments. Exhibit A is American: the Travel Promotion...

The Foreign Policy Initiative, headed by my former Bush Administration colleague Jamie Fly -- a rising figure in the foreign policy world -- released a...

Amid the hullabaloo regarding the handover of Iraqi cities to Iraqi security forces yesterday, it is easy to lose sight of the war still going...

Michael Barone also has been perusing Justice Alito's concurring opinion in Ricci. He observes: Ricci is also something else: a riveting lesson in political sociology, thanks...

The bankruptcy of the Obama administration's stillborn attempt at "engagement" with Tehran is no longer in doubt. The question is whether Washington will draw the...

CNN reports: A new national poll suggests that a bare majority of Americans support President Barack Obama's health care plan. But the CNN/Opinion Research Corporation survey released...

Pete, your thoughtful recap of the errors of conventional wisdom and the remarkable achievement attained in Iran stands in stark contrast to the view put...

My colleague at Heritage, Mike Gonzalez, points out a fascinating report available through the Competitive Enterprise Institute. It consists of the leaked work of EPA...

From Moshe Arens in Ha'aretz: It has been a long time since America last had a president as powerful as Obama, who controls both houses of...

Last week, three British judges ruled that JFS, formerly the Jews' Free School, in north-west London, racially discriminated against an applicant. The school is state-funded....

Scholar and Vice Chair of the U.S. Commission on Civil Rights, Abigail Thernstrom, recaps Ricci and reminds us of the important concurring and dissenting opinions: The...