Post Archive

October 28, 2009

Anthony Sacramone, working from a New York Times report, is tolerably severe about the rise of domestic surveillance in Britain. As always, the Times is...

The story by now should be wearily familiar. Last week France was caught supplying arms to the dictatorial regime in Guinea, which then used them to...

No, really, they should. At least they should listen to what he has to say in one sentence of a blog post from 10 days ago. In...

The most pressing issues, the most important trends, the most salient ideas — all discussed and considered in the most beautiful setting in the Northern...

The Obama administration’s foreign policy of being all things to all people now faces a new roadblock: a warning from UN special investigator Philip Alston...

While J Street is asking for essentially nothing and holding its confab, replete with Iranian regime apologists and boos directed at those who favor sanctions,...

The "J Street Lobby Day Participant" instructions are being circulated around. The guide is remarkable on a number of counts. First, the only "ask," as...

So Vanity Fair has an excerpt from Growing Up Bin Laden, by the Most Wanted's son Omar, in which the arch-terrorist is described as having...

In the nuclear standoff with Iran, over the years both Europe and the U.S. have consistently pursued a multilateral strategy. Despite considerable delays and watered-down...

One new poll today shows Creigh Deeds lagging in the Virginia gubernatorial race by 18 points; another shows him down by 13 points. Yes, it appears as though...

You may recall the hullabaloo created by the House Democrats that the CIA during the Bush administration had lied and withheld critical information about --...

Liberal Senators Barbara Boxer and John Kerry have been toiling away on cap-and-trade, seemingly oblivious to the utter lack of appetite for this initiative among...