Post Archive

December 2, 2010

I certainly agree with John that this is a very significant development, but I'm not sure it is quite so epic-making. For one thing, this...

So this afternoon, the lame-duck House of Representatives -- still controlled by Nancy Pelosi and the Democrats -- pulled a fast one by using an...

I must applaud John for making the philosophical case for opposing the “net neutrality” plan, which he accurately identifies as a yawn-inducing, eyelid-closing irritant for...

So the 2018 World Cup will be held in Russia; the 2022 in Qatar. Makes perfect sense to me. Soccer thrives in undemocratic or authoritarian countries....

You can’t “reset” diplomacy in a diplomatic ghost town. Here’s the New York Times on newly leaked cables sent from the U.S. Embassy in Moscow:...

And so, as we go on in our daily lives and politicians wrangle in Washington, NASA announces what may be the most important news not...

Is it any surprise that J Street’s newly hired Jerusalem organizer has made some anti-Zionist statements? Probably not, but it’s still astounding to watch the...

One cable from the WikiLeaks trove raises a disturbing possibility: the Obama administration’s obsession with Israeli settlements could end up undermining America’s own war on...

Now this is grading on a curve. From a New York Times article on competing books about Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis's tenure as a book editor...

In one minute and fifty-two seconds. From Omri Ceren at Mere Rhetoric -- WikiLeaks the Cartoon: Peace is always just one more Israeli concession away....

Max Boot recently noted on CONTENTIONS that the New York Times’s decision to publish the WikiLeaks documents was a stark contrast to how newspapers handled...