Post Archive

June 3, 2010

When even the New York Times starts running stories on how overpaid government workers are, you know the topic is getting traction. In this one, the...

Time for a bit of encouraging news. Christie’s has just finished the first part of a sale of Churchill memorabilia collected by Malcolm S. Forbes...

I was in Stamford, Connecticut, last night, speaking to a group of enthusiastic Jews, most of whom were politically conservative. There was a particularly noteworthy...

Politico is running a symposium: "Is Obama's brand 'irrevocably shattered'?" OK, not the discussion the White House wants to see raging. That tells you something...

The White House came up with its cover story to explain the "You can pick one of the following!" memo sent to Andrew Romanoff by Jim...

The most important criticism of Israel that has been written about the flotilla debacle is by David Horovitz, the editor of the Jerusalem Post. It...

As usually happens because of the global obsession with the actions of one tiny state in the Middle East, the controversy over the Gaza flotilla...

As Jen noted this morning, it's obvious how the Obama administration "understands" its role on the UN Human Rights Council (UNHRC). Last month, the chair of...

As Noah points out, the flotilla was many things -- ingenious, sinister, deceptive, etc. -- but not peaceful. Israeli Ambassador Michael Oren writes in the...

New footage shows the weapons captured from the "aid" boat Mavi Marmara, which was the scene of an attempted lynching of IDF commandos. Lots of...

In the orgy of second-guessing and yelps for an international inquiry into the flotilla incident -- would that inquiry probe Turkey's involvement as well? -- many of...

You knew this was coming: A U.N. vote on Iran nuclear sanctions will likely be pushed back because of fallout from the Israeli raid on the Gaza...