Post Archive

July 6, 2010

Last month, Pete Wehner demolished Peter Beinart for his attack on Charles Krauthammer, pointing out that it was based on a date error. Pete warned...

If you have an hour and a half, you can watch me, Daniel Pipes, David Frum, and Michael Medved at a Jewish Policy Center event...

The presser was long on platitudes and short on specifics. To reaffirm the "special relationship" (actually a term generally used for the U.S.-British relationship, which...

With all the normal caveats -- we don't know what was said in private, etc. -- there are a few takeaways from the just-concluded news...

About a month ago, while traveling in northern Iraq, I happened to visit in the same afternoon what my co-traveler Reuel Gerecht called “the best...

Public Policy Polling is a Democratic outfit, but its polls are generally well regarded and haven't been out of whack in the primary races. So...

It looks like the White House is keeping things cool. Two updates (here and here) from the West Wing Report on Twitter: The pool will go...

So much is wrong about the New York Times’s coverage of Jewish issues and Israel in particular. As John points out, this morning’s broadside against...

In a Washington Post op-ed, Mitt Romney contends that the new START agreement "could be his worst foreign policy mistake yet." He makes a powerful...

Ira Stoll has more on the article that led to my earlier post....

Dan Senor, an adjunct senior fellow at the Council on Foreign Relations, has a noteworthy piece in the Daily Beast on Prime Minister Netanyahu's visit...

The do-over White House get-together between Obama and Bibi is set for today. The White House is strenuously denying that there has been any "rift"...