Post Archive

March 9, 2011

As John noted earlier today, NPR chief executive Vivian Schiller resigned her position this morning. It was widely assumed that she left because yesterday’s video...

According to the Hill: “Maine health insurers are getting a temporary waiver from the health reform law's requirement that they spend at least 80 percent...

A recent Forward article about the Washington Jewish Week’s sudden dismissal of a top editor generated a bit of a stir among the D.C. Jewish...

Newt Gingrich today said the sort of thing that he sometimes says — the sort of thing that makes him unelectable, to put it mildly....

It’s only Wednesday, but we can probably already declare former NPR fundraising executive Ron Schiller the winner of the "Worst Week in Washington" contest. After...

In his column today, George Will -- a skeptic concerning American intervention in Libya -- asks a series of questions he says all interventionists should...

As leftist college activists gear up to celebrate Israel Apartheid Week (which, the Jerusalem Post notes, puzzlingly runs for two weeks from March 7 to...

I certainly agree with John that it's a good day when Vivian Schiller gets the boot from NPR. She should have been fired for her grotesque...

Recently, two State Department officials were invited to speak at a seminar on Iranian sanctions sponsored by the National Iranian-American Council (NIAC) and oil and...

A day after the release of a hit video in which National Public Radio's chief fundraiser trashed conservatives, Republicans, Tea Party activists, and Israel in...

Public-union reform has been temporarily stymied in Wisconsin, where the walkout of Democratic senators has brought democratic government to a halt and demonstrations in and around the...

Aside from avoiding outrageous gaffes, is there anything Israel can do to improve its miserable public relations? The BBC poll Alana cited this week, which once...