Post Archive

December 4, 2009

In Haaretz yesterday, Ari Shavit detailed the results of Netanyahu’s serial efforts to commence negotiations with the Palestinians: He accepts the principle of two states, and...

The evidence-suppressing academics at East Anglia University aren’t the only global-warming true believers who seem to be in a bit of a fog these days....

In the Wall Street Journal today, we read that The Obama administration, faced with mounting Congressional criticism, is trying to build support for its new Afghan...

Jennifer Rubin astutely notes that Obama the candidate “let everyone form their own impression of who he is and what he stands for.” (In this...

Lest you think that only John Steele Gordon and I are summit-ed out, Jason Zengerle writes: Indeed, in the age of Obama, the summit has replaced...

The Canadian Broadcasting Corporation (CBC) is owned by the Canadian government and is not exactly famous for rocking establishment boats. That makes this no-beating-around-the-bush opinion piece on...

Is the Barack Obama of “There is not a black America and a white America . . . but the United States of America” back?...

For years the U.S. has been carrying out Predator strikes against Islamist terrorists in Pakistan -- but only in the Federally Administered Tribal Areas. The...

It’s commonly believed that, compared with other countries, the U.S. enjoys an exceptional measure of freedom of the press and, closely allied to it, exceptionally...

The country (and especially the Obama administration) got some much needed good economic news this morning. While the consensus prediction had been that the unemployment...

Tina Brown confesses that "whenever Obama makes an important policy speech these days he leaves everyone totally confused." She wonders if this is "a strategy...

Following the 2008 election, there was much GOP angst. Some supposedly smart pundits wanted to throw social conservatives overboard, while other supposedly smart pundits wanted...