Post Archive

August 2010

As Jen noted yesterday, Sarah Palin, widely considered intellectually deficient by many Jews I know, appeared at a shabbaton (a study session on the Jewish...

This one comes to us courtesy of the Associated Press. According to reporter Alan Fram: Americans with the strongest opinions about the country's most divisive issues...

“Nearly all of the gains Democrats have made in public approval of the health-care overhaul since it passed in March have been washed away, according...

An extremely insightful counterweight to the Washington Post's slobbering over American Muslim leadership comes from Daniel Pearl's father, Judea. He rejects the notion that mosque...

Yesterday I referenced the Gallup survey showing that Republicans lead by 51 percent to 41 percent among registered voters in Gallup's weekly tracking of 2010...

If you buy into the left punditocracy's framing of the Ground Zero issue, there are a ton of Islamophobes in New York: Seven in ten New Yorkers...

Jennifer notes this morning that Ron Paul wants an audit of Fort Knox and the New York Federal Reserve Bank to see how much gold...

The White House is torn these days -- focus on the economy (and thereby highlight its own failures) or shift to foreign policy (though its...

I've finally gotten around to reading Peter Baker's massive front-page story in the Sunday New York Times about Obama as commander in chief. I share...

The former U.S. ambassador to Iraq Ryan Crocker is too modest to mention his own invaluable role in averting disaster in Iraq. He was, along with...

In an account that reads more like a CAIR press release than a news report, the Washington Post tells us: As expression of anti-Muslim sentiment has...

The AP reports on a “surprising symmetry” between the U.S.-backed regime of Mahmoud Abbas (about to start the 69th month of his 48-month term) and...