Post Archive

February 17, 2010

Phil Klein did some further digging to confirm that, indeed, then Rep. Tom Campbell received $1,300 in campaign donations from Sami Al-Arian, who later "pleaded...

New York Times Jerusalem Bureau Chief Ethan Bronner writes today about the effort by Israel’s Information and Diaspora Affairs Ministry to get Israelis to promote...

Word has just arrived of the death of Arnold Beichman at the age of 96. Arnold was, I think, the most extraordinary man I've ever...

As freedom is on the decline across the world, journalists are also in grave danger. The Committee to Protect Journalists’ 2009 Attacks on the Press...

I am not sure that the U.S. should be sending an ambassador back to Syria, which continues to play the old game of saying it...

Sen Harry Reid blew up the bipartisan jobs bill. In its place he offered a slimmed down $15B bill. One hitch: he doesn't have the...

If there was ever a formal concession from the White House that its Iran policy has failed, it comes via the New York Times, which...

Jeffrey Goldberg has a critique of his Atlantic colleague, Andrew Sullivan, that is well worth reading. Goldberg -- who is (or at least was, before...

Say one thing for recessions: they force companies, governments, and institutions (not to mention individuals) to look for ways to be more efficient and to decrease...

In case you missed it, the Obama administration has unequivocally taken the option of a military strike off the Iran-policy table. Here is Secretary of...

Perhaps Iran should be worried: the administration’s new position is that Iran is not the country Barack Obama thought he knew. It is an incipient...

Evan Bayh's departure is unmistakably rotten news for Democrats. As the Washington Post report puts it: Bayh dealt a triple blow to his Democratic Party and...