Post Archive

April 2010

Yale’s just announced its 2010 class of World Fellows, its pallid imitation of the Rhodes. Two biographies caught my eye: Lumumba Di-Aping (Sudan) Deputy Permanent Representative, Sudan...

As a coda to my earlier post on the flocking together of the far left and the far right under the banner of the Palestinian...

John Mearsheimer gave a speech at the Palestine Center in Washington yesterday and called Israel an apartheid state that has practiced ethnic cleansing and will...

The fox, as Isaiah Berlin wrote, knows many things, but the hedgehog knows one big thing. Reagan was a hedgehog because his presidency was animated...

Michael Gerson of the Washington Post and Byron York of the Washington Examiner, two bright men, have engaged in a constructive debate about the Arizona...

So much for the Obami's willingness to pursue domestic energy exploration and drilling: There will be no new domestic offshore oil drilling pending a review of...

I spoke this morning with Dan Coats, former senator and ambassador to Germany and now the GOP front-runner in the Indiana senate race. Together with...

As I noted yesterday, the U.S. Commission on International Freedom released its annual report. Its chairman, Leonard Leo, writes a column highlighting some of its...

Last night Hillary Clinton spoke to the AJC gala in Washington D.C. Her speech is a hodgepodge of platitudes and reveals how sharply the Obami's...

The gender grievance lobby is going to have a hard time with this one: Nearly two years after Sarah Palin became the Republican Party's first female...

As I've noted, Democrats are rightly panicked about the Illinois Senate race. They need to find a way to dump Alex Giannoulias, the embattled and...

At this moment of high farce, let us remember the Obama administration's rationale for joining the UN Human Rights Council after the Bush administration had...