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December 28, 2010

In a previous post, I expressed outrage that two supposedly reputable publishers--Random House and Canongate--were planning to fork over more than a million bucks to...

The AP has a story about how American businesses are now looking to market products to Muslim consumers: The worldwide market for Islamically permitted goods, called...

Now the Democrats can focus on rebuilding all those broken international alliances. Here’s Barney Frank doing his part, earlier today: "And the liberal community's got...

I am not terribly surprised that Prime Minister Maliki says in an interview with the Wall Street Journal that he doesn't want U.S. troops...

Vladmir Putin’s political opponent Mikhail Khodorkovsky was convicted of money laundering and embezzlement yesterday in what many have denounced as a show-trial. The verdict came...

New Jersey Governor Chris Christie has led a largely charmed life since taking office in January. In the year since he defeated incumbent Democrat Jon...

We are going to hear, over the next few months, that Barack Obama has staged a dramatic comeback. The story line began last week, with...

There’s more than one way to undermine America’s ability to conduct military strikes on the Iranian nuclear program. Iran has been working hard on one...

The New York Times yesterday highlighted one of the more unsung good-news stories out of Afghanistan: the success that U.S. troops have been having in...

Julian Assange, out of jail on bail in England and last seen, deliciously, complaining that someone was unfairly leaking details of his rape case in...

If it were, a lot of people who work for it would be in serious trouble with . . . the federal government. Corporations are required...

In an article published in Al-Hayat, the Washington Institute’s David Schenker analyzes “President Obama’s First Two Years in the Middle East.” He says it is...