Post Archive

March 26, 2010

The UN Human Rights Council’s month-long session ended in Geneva on Friday, along with any justification for believing that President Obama is a champion of...

The hype surrounding this week’s serial announcements of a breakthrough in nuclear-arms talks is palpable. In more than 25 years of analyzing arms-control diplomacy, I...

Since he assumed office a year ago, Benjamin Netanyahu has (1) formally offered immediate negotiations with the Palestinians without preconditions, (2) affirmed Israeli support for...

As we are looking for the hidden deals and minefields left in the wake of ObamaCare, it is worth remembering that unemployment -- the issue voters...

It should be clear by now that President Obama intends to pursue the "peace process" in the same way that he pursued health care --...

I received the following e-mail today from columnist Diana West demanding a correction: You wrote: Diana West added a truly inventive spin, by suggesting that Petraeus was...

By now the efforts of the White House to isolate and humiliate Israel because of the latter’s decision to approve 1,600 new Jewish homes in...

As Jonathan has noted, we don't know exactly how shabby the Obami's behavior toward Bibi Netanyahu was. It is cause for alarm if it was...

This report explains a phenomenon startling only to those who misunderstand the fundamental character of the American middle class: President Barack Obama returned Thursday to the...

Kim Strassel explains that the horde of amendments that Republicans offered during the reconciliation process helped smoke out exactly what Democrats were for and against: Tom...

This report begins to tally up the immediate hit on American employers from ObamaCare: In the wake of Washington’s health-care overhaul, some companies are taking big...

The National Journal's insiders' poll, which surveys a list of senators and congressmen, asked about Obama's treatment of Israel. The partisan divide was startling: among...