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August 25, 2010

COMMENTARY Magazine is looking for a part-time, in-house copy editor/proofreader with significant experience at a print monthly or weekly -- and fluent working knowledge of...

You recall that when Obama signed a bill named in honor of Daniel Pearl, his father, Judea Pearl, was not afforded the opportunity to speak. He's...

Both the Washington Post and Wall Street Journal have articles reporting that the CIA now believes that Islamist extremists based in Yemen pose a bigger...

Since the Democrats have precious few accomplishments to brag about (at least very few accomplishments that are popular), they don't have much choice but to...

Muslim youth glued to the computer screen. 60 percent Internet penetration. The literacy rate (not computer, but what's on the page) is over 90 percent....

A few days ago the New York Times’ Frank Rich expressed pity for General David Petraeus. The Commander of U.S. Forces in Afghanistan is working...

Yuval Levin on John McCain's victory last night, over at The Corner: McCain (who has raised and spent more money than any Senate candidate in ...

John McCormack of the Weekly Standard posted a story highlighting the fact that Clint Didier, a Tea Party candidate in the Washington State Senate primary,...

In the wake of the primary elections on Tuesday, we are reminded, as John points out, that the rule for this election season is "old...

A story in Politico argues: The president's reluctance to be a Democratic version of Ronald Reagan, who spoke without apology about his vaulting ideological ambitions, has...

John McCain won his Senate primary race by a huge margin -- almost 2 to 1. That makes his flip-flop on immigration -- from comprehensive...

In Florida, Alex Sink won the Democratic gubernatorial primary. Insurgent outsider and former health-care executive Rick Scott narrowly edged out Republican Attorney General Bill McCollum, who had...