Post Archive

January 6, 2011

Alana, I may be in the minority here, but I think the reading of the superseded sections of the Constitution would have been useful. We...

Should Barack Obama institute a national ban on fireworks? The birds that fell from the night sky in Arkansas on New Year's Eve probably died from...

It looks like HSBC may be doing a bit of damage control in Foggy Bottom after its pro-Iran ad campaign sparked criticism from the media...

My Ethics and Public Policy Center colleague Yuval Levin, who is also editor of National Affairs, was interviewed by ConservativeHome’s Ryan Streeter. Yuval’s insights are...

Israel’s deputy minister of foreign affairs, Danny Ayalon, has written a persuasive defense of the Knesset’s new inquiry panel that will investigate whether Israeli NGOs...

Now and then, circumstances come along that put in perspective the level of regulatory autonomy currently enjoyed by our governments. A prominent example is the...

So the Constitution was read aloud on the House floor this morning, despite increasingly creative objections from liberals. And other than a few members of...

Alana, one of the reasons you suggest for the improbability of Jonathan Pollard’s release is the public nature of the campaign to free him, since...

Panic and civilian guesswork, our frontline defense in the war on terror: A Florida professor was arrested and removed from a plane Monday after his fellow passengers alerted...

Having taken control of the House of Representatives, Republicans plan to begin their political journey by today reading the American Constitution word-for-word. This is simply...

President Obama has affirmed repeatedly that, under his leadership, America's bond with Israel is absolute, unshakeable, and rock solid. But the Israeli public is not...

Over at the indispensable FrumForum, John Vecchione disagrees with my conclusion yesterday that President Obama is unlikely to grant clemency to Jonathan Pollard at this...