Post Archive

October 20, 2009

The office of Rep. Brian Bilbray (R-Calif.) has informed me that the congressman has contacted J Street to withdraw his name as a host from...

How about when it was not actually solicited by Israel? Most of the media have reported the Stewart Nozette case responsibly enough. The FBI arrested...

The Obama administration’s protracted share session on an Afghanistan troop buildup is turning into a debacle. The commander in chief looks weak and hapless. With...

One reason Left-leaning pundits are so annoyed with the White House's Fox vendetta (aside from the cringe-inducing sight of their heroic presidency reduced to an...

With the statist response to the economic collapse, it has proved no great surprise that the name Ayn Rand has peppered populist responses. Who better...

As an addendum to Jennifer's post regarding New Jersey's governor's race, I was struck by something on Fox News Sunday, at the end of Chris...

The two charts at Pollster.com vividly depict the very different trajectories of the two Republican gubernatorial candidates who will face the voters two weeks from today....

When Barack Obama travels to China next month, it's unlikely he'll mention the plight of Guo Quan, a pro-democracy dissident sentenced to 10 years in...

If you are in the L.A. area, please join me, Jennifer Rubin, and Rick Richman tonight at 7 p.m. at the Skirball Cultural Center for...

Well here's a dose of honesty for you: Israel's Ambassador to the US Michael Oren has decided not to attend the J Street conference being held...

The Wall Street Journal reports that to a greater degree than in past recessions, employers are slow to hire workers (harboring "nagging doubts about the...

Robert L. Bernstein, chairman of Human Rights Watch from 1978 to 1998, took to the pages of the New York Times yesterday to offer a...