Post Archive

June 4, 2010

Peter Beinart weighed in today with another column at the Daily Beast designed to bolster his standing as a “liberal Zionist” rather than as merely...

Liz Cheney has no problem choosing sides. In a statement, she declares: Yesterday, President Obama said the Israeli action to stop the flotilla bound for the...

Taking a break from the flotilla, let's check in on how Obama's nuke-free-world fetish is coming along. This report suggests that it is not going...

Democratic Rep. Anthony Weiner isn't torn in choosing sides between Turkey and Israel. He writes an op-ed that explains: It comes as no surprise to anyone that the default...

For many concerned about Iran’s quest for nuclear weapons, the controversy over the Gaza flotilla has served as a disturbing and decidedly unhelpful distraction from...

The Washington Post reports: Beneath its commitment to soft-spoken diplomacy and beyond the combat zones of Afghanistan and Iraq, the Obama administration has significantly expanded a...

Daniel Halper has the scoop on the latest problem for Alexi Giannoulias -- banker for the mob, whose financial acumen led to a takeover of...

U.S.-Japan relations have been on the rocks since the Democratic Party of Japan overtook the long-dominant Liberal Democratic Party last August. On Wednesday, the bedraggled...

At the New Republic, Leon Wieseltier writes that Israel has lost “the all-important war for symbols and meanings, to Hamas.” Somehow, among all the wars...

Politico reports: The nation's economy added 431,000 jobs in the month of May, and the unemployment rate dipped to 9.7 percent, the government reported Friday. That’s...

...goes to A. Barton Hinkle of the Richmond Times-Dispatch. Read it. Here are some excerpts: What's the real problem with Israel's assault on the Gaza flotilla?...

Contrast Obama's testiness with Israel over the Jewish state's temerity to defend itself with the sentiments of Marco Rubio, who writes, "Of course, we should stand with...