Post Archive

February 28, 2011

The New York Times published a story that points out that (a) citizens of Arab nations have toppled dictators who al-Qaeda (AQ) leaders loathed --...

Ezra Klein, whistling bravely past the graveyard, has a piece in the Daily Beast today in which he argues that the fight over public unions...

Three years after J Street’s formation, it’s still politically toxic for members of Congress to support J Street's policies, said Rep. Keith Ellison during a...

According to a story in Sunday’s Washington Post, as President Obama and his advisers measured their response to the mass killing in Libya, they were...

The UN Human Rights Council, which just voted to suspend Libya as a member due to the country’s bloody crackdown on protesters, apparently doesn’t find...

Rick’s characterization of the Obama posture on the Middle East is regrettably apt. American news media are dutifully reporting on the UN sanctions against Qaddafi...

President Obama today said, "I don't think it does anybody any good when public employees are denigrated or vilified or their rights are infringed upon.” I...

Dennis Ross may have been the only notably mainstream pro-Israel speaker to attend the J Street conference, but the other attendees didn’t exactly seem grateful...

In 1996, Necmettin Erbakan became modern Turkey's first conservative Islamic prime minister and started a revolution that is still changing the face of modern Turkey. The...

The Atlantic’s Max Fisher tracked down and interviewed Vogue senior editor Chris Knutsen, who unabashedly stood by the magazine’s fawning March cover story on Asma...

Over the weekend, the United Nations Security Council sanctioned Libya. So did the European Union. There has been only one notable exception to the condemnation...

Dennis Ross spoke at the J Street conference for 30 minutes this morning, and he spent most of that time trying to avoid any mention...