Post Archive

February 22, 2010

Earlier today I wrote about the implications of an important new archeological discovery that highlights the 3,000-year-old Jewish heritage in East Jerusalem. Such finds have...

I don't know why, but I am still amazed by the credulity of some reporters. In researching my history of guerrilla warfare and terrorism (tentatively...

I certainly agree with Jennifer that the latest iteration of a health-care bill out of the White House is same-old same-old. There is basically just one...

When others, from the safety of distant shores, contemplate what risks Israel should incur on behalf of innocents, or when others tut-tut the assassination of a...

There's an eye-opening profile of Paul Krugman, the economist and lickspittle New York Times columnist, in the New Yorker this week. (Among its revelations: He...

Obama has put forth another version of ObamaCare, but it's not even sufficient to be scored by the CBO. The CBO website explains: This morning the...

J Street and Peace Now rush to the pages of the Jerusalem Post to defend the letter sent by 54 Democratic congressmen (one subsequently fell...

Chuck DeVore, the other contender in the California Senate race, has joined Carly Fiorina in taking a swing at Tom Campbell. In an e-mail to...

The greatest threat to the hopes of those who think parts of Jerusalem should be off-limits to Jews comes not when Jewish-owned buildings go up...

I would think that his first year in office has been a chastening one for Barack Obama, who has had to learn the limits of...

In response to the news of Yoo and Bybee's exoneration and of the shoddiness of the Justice Department's investigation, a smart reader writes to me,...

Attorneys David B. Rivkin and Lee A. Casey rebut the punditocracy's favorite theme these days: Washington is "broken." Those annoyed with the failure to jam...