Post Archive

April 21, 2010

Jen, let me add a footnote to your discussion of Martin Indyk’s article, in which he concluded that, “[f]rom Obama’s perspective, a zoning decision in...

There is reason to believe that Indyk is playing fast and loose with the facts. In his op-ed, he states: As he studies his options, Netanyahu...

According to ESPN: Ben Roethlisberger was suspended for six games on Wednesday for violating the NFL's personal conduct policy, the NFL announced. The Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback...

There is a certain sense of melancholy in watching the “Syrian Missile Crisis” unfold this month. For the first time in two decades, U.S. and...

John McLaughlin, who recently conducted a poll of American Jews, reviewed his results in a conference call today. He stressed that although exit polls showed...

In contrast with the Obama administration, which perpetually talks down the potential for a military strike, Israeli officials are beginning to talk openly about such...

Following the example of Robert Gibbs on how to get kudos from the Obami, Martin Indyk, former U.S. ambassador to Israel and presumably a whisperer in...

There may be good reasons to forgo military action against Iran’s nuclear program, but the one that Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff Mike...

Reuters reports: Five million first-time voters turned out in 2008, many drawn by Obama's promise of hope and overwhelmingly voting for Democrats. Now disappointed, or at...

The American people are not a model of consistency when it comes to their take on the Supreme Court. The latest Quinnipiac polls tells us: "A...

The new Quinnipiac poll has many interesting nuggets of information. We learn: President Barack Obama's job approval, which bounced slightly to a 45 - 46 percent...

Charlie Crist can stay in the Republican primary and lose, run as an independent and lose, or just go away. That's what the polls seem to suggest,...