Post Archive

April 6, 2010

I find it hard to get excited about the Nuclear Posture Review released today by the Obama administration, in part because the relationship between "declaratory"...

Elliott Abrams, former deputy national security adviser, Danielle Pletka of AEI, and Ray Takeyh of the Council on Foreign Relations held a lively discussion, moderated...

The Foreign Policy Initiative hosted a timely program in Washington, D.C., this morning entitled Iran: Prospects for Regime Change. It comes at a time when...

Obama appointed an envoy to the Organization of Islamic Conference. Plainly, ingratiating the administration with the Muslim World is a priority. What is not a...

Jim Hoft at Gateway Pundit has picked up on the April 4 – Easter Sunday – greeting to the Palestinian people of Prime Minister Salam...

James Klein of the American Benefits Council writes in opposition to the attacks by the administration and Rep. Henry Waxman that corporations' write-downs of losses...

David Brooks surveys the American scene and finds the future bright -- a population boom to produce young  workers, immigration to attract skilled workers, a...

It's not a good sign for Charlie Crist when the discussion moves from "Can he win the GOP primary?" to "Is he really going to...

In the list of foreseeable consequences from the Obami's assault on Israel is the radicalization of  more moderate Arab leaders, who can't be seen as...

It's sometimes hard to fathom what Obama is up to. What possible rationale would there be for "revamping American nuclear strategy to substantially narrow the...

James Taranto, reviewing the recent polling data and rather favorable mainstream media coverage of the Tea Party movement, concludes: It all adds up to a remarkably...

Another day in the Middle East, another vilification of Israel: A Saudi cleric has announced on his television show that he will visit Jerusalem next week...