Post Archive

March 14, 2011

The rolling disaster in Japan — from the earthquake to the tsunami and now to the nuclear horror — gives us a true sense of...

The disintegration of a reigning worldview is never pretty, but it can be a cause for optimism. This thought has become more insistent over the...

Last week, a video producer at the Blaze did what every other political reporter wished they’d done first. He sat down and analyzed the raw...

In the article Alana noted earlier, New Yorker editor David Remnick writes that “commentators” have been waiting “for years” for Benjamin Netanyahu to “transcend his...

The ethics of the sting that stung NPR last week have been much discussed in the blogosphere. Ira Stoll thinks it's flat-out wrong, calling...

While President Obama dithers about a military commitment in Libya, our Saudi allies aren't standing still. No, they're not sending troops to help the Libyan...

The murderous attack on a Jewish family in Itamar has, once again, raised the question of what is the proper response on the part of...

There’s been a lot of hysteria over the alleged “abuse” Manning has been forced to endure in a military detention center. The Pentagon has e-mailed...

Palestinian officials such as Mahmoud Abbas have put on a convincing show of disgust over the murder of the Fogel family in Itamar. Today Abbas...

Andy McCarthy, responding to a post by me, writes this: No serious person I know is saying Muslims aren't up to democracy (and what we're talking...

Namik Tan, Turkey’s ambassador to the U.S. and the chief spin artist for the Islamist and anti-Semitic government in Ankara, tweets first that “In Turkey,...

New Yorker editor David Remnick, who seems to be growing increasingly disenchanted with Israel, is now blaming the absence of a peace deal almost entirely...