Post Archive

April 9, 2010

The latest AJC poll on American Jewish opinion is a reminder that there is a disturbing tendency among my co-religionists, as one commentator poignantly put...

The Obama administration has embarked on an assault on our ally Israel that can no longer be chalked up to a minor gaffe or a...

Max, you write that "by refusing to attend, Netanyahu risks exacerbating the growing feud with Obama." I would argue the opposite. Bibi has been getting...

My former White House colleague Michael Gerson has a very good column in the Washington Post today on civility and public discourse. It makes a...

The outstanding Middle East scholar Fouad Ajami has written an important piece in today’s Wall Street Journal. Among other points, he makes this one: All this...

Noah Pollak makes a fair point: President Obama should have told the leaders of Egypt and Turkey not to turn next week's nuclear summit in...

It's official: Supreme Court Justice John Paul Stevens will retire this summer. It is neither unexpected, given his recent interviews, nor hugely significant. He will...

There hasn’t been much reason for anyone to have confidence about Barack Obama’s seriousness of purpose when it comes to trying to stop Iran from...

The numbers tell the story: Overwhelmingly unfavorable views of Congress, large majorities believing America is on the wrong track, low consumer confidence. We also know...

Pete, there's more bad news for the Democrats from Gallup: Americans' favorable rating of the Democratic Party dropped to 41% in a late March USA Today/Gallup...

Mitt Romney is the most experienced presidential candidate of the 2012 aspirants, having slogged through the 2008 primary and pre-primary campaigns. He has written a...

...to claim he is not running for another term in Congress after flip-flopping on his stand against the health-care bill's abortion language because he wants...