Post Archive

July 21, 2010

Last winter, when the Northeast was buried under record snowfalls, some political activists had a little fun at the expense of global-warming alarmists by quipping...

Some news you might have missed last week: Serbia and Turkey have inaugurated a series of unprecedented initiatives of military and diplomatic cooperation, including joint...

In response to North Korea’s sinking of a South Korean ship last March, the United States and South Korea will hold a series of joint...

The Israeli Democracy Institute and Tel Aviv University have a new survey out. The results are not surprising: Nearly three-quarters of the Israeli Jewish public supports...

Obama is tumbling in the polls, and his party will bear the brunt. That's what Gallup reports today: President Obama averaged 47.3% job approval during his...

Anyone who thinks the primary concern of human rights organizations is the welfare of the people they are trying to help should consider this report...

From the BBC (subscription required), we get this snippet from its international news-monitoring service describing what's being reported in Iran: Editorial headlined "Neo-conservative lobbyists along with Israel":...

As did the rest of the mainstream media, NBC News has ignored the New Black Panther voter intimidation case. Last night it finally aired a...

In Washington D.C. parlance, "That's not a priority" means "You think we're dumb enough to push that?" Well, House Majority Leader Steny Hoyer is...

Pete, you are in good company in observing that Obama has strayed far from verifiable, or even plausible, arguments when it comes to defending his own policies....

Last week, I questioned whether J Street had become more trouble than its worth to liberal Democratic candidates. In its highest-profile race -- the Sestak-Toomey Pennsylvania...

It's not like the Constitution says "informed advice and consent." The Senate Judiciary Committee voted to confirm Elena Kagan, even though many (Lindsey Graham for...