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April 20, 2010

The prospect of Florida Governor Charlie Crist pulling out of the Florida Republican Senate primary will, no doubt, send into a tizzy those who want...

It’s fashionable these days for many in the political class to complain about the Internet for, among other reasons, allowing people to ideologically self-segregate. But...

The Obama administration claims "its problems with Afghan President Hamid Karzai to be a thing of the past." Count me as skeptical. I am encouraged that the...

Reading François Furstenberg’s ill-founded assault on Alexis de Tocqueville on Slate.com, one is left wondering whether the history-professor-turned-reviewer has ever actually read Democracy in America. Furstenberg,...

Back in November of 2007, not long after Roger Cohen joined the roster of op-ed pundits at the New York Times, Jack Shafer, the media...

Today is the celebration of Israel’s Independence Day, which commemorates something as close to a miracle as we are ever likely to see -- the...

I wanted to pick up on the Wall Street Journal op-ed you flagged, Jen, written by Andrew Kohut, president of the Pew Research Center. According...

Some might find it off-putting that the "most ethical administration ever" (or is that the Congress?) would see its White House counsel Greg Craig representing...

Rahm Emanuel wants to be mayor of Chicago. Robert Gibbs is angling for a broader strategy job, touting his disdain for Israel. ("He did chime in during...

Foreign Policy has posted a forum online on why we have failed to achieve Middle East peace. It's an odd question, which reveals the foreign...

The Washington Post's editors observe that the administration is so averse to the use of force or even the threat of the use of force...

Robert Gibbs went nuts over the New York Times story reporting that Robert Gates had sent a memo to the president in January warning that...