Post Archive

March 12, 2010

The Obama administration is working to convince the United Nations Security Council to impose yet another round of sanctions on Iran. Those efforts have to...

Steven A. Cook, a senior fellow for Middle Eastern studies at the Council on Foreign Relations, published an article in Foreign Policy titled,...

Gallup analysis of U.S. public-opinion trends on abortion shows that generational differences in support for broadly legal abortion have diminished over the past decade. According...

The Financial Times published a piece, “Don’t Be So Sure Invading Iraq Was Immoral,” written by Professor Nigel Biggar of Oxford, a leading theologian and...

Yesterday, President Obama said that he would push forward with a plan for immigration reform this year, but only if he had the backing of...

The administration's predictably fruitless engagement of Burma is again proving to be an embarrassment. The Washington Post editors explain Burma's answer to the Obami's outreach: This...

In his column today, Charles Krauthammer offers cautious praise for the health-care wars: for all the hand-wringing about broken government, partisanship, divisiveness and gridlock, it's hard...

The dustup over the badly timed announcement of the building of Jewish homes in East Jerusalem this week has rightly provoked comment about the competence...

The Iraqi election looks, so far, to be generally good news. It went off without too much violence and it was managed by the Iraqis...

The Obama-Reid-Pelosi troika keeps telling us (and their nervous members) that ObamaCare must be passed in order to prevent an election debacle. Candidates running for...

The broken pottery is being scooped up in the wake of Joe Biden's Israel visit. We are told that there is a "huge debate" going...

The Palestinian Authority just pushed off plans to honor Dalal Mughrabi by renaming a square just outside Ramallah after her. Her claim to fame? In...