Post Archive

March 28, 2011

At Slate, Amanda Marcotte frets about the right-wing “assault on reproductive rights,” and ticks off several “anti-choice” bills being introduced across the country. To hear...

The world is rightly focusing on events in Libya and maybe in a few days, and more dissident deaths later, we’ll even start caring about...

In a recent story in the New York Times, we read this: Mr. Obama’s administration, however, has clearly tried to avoid the debate over a strategy...

Someone else always wants the mantle of leadership disavowed by the self-effacing great power. In the case of the intervention in Libya, the NATO ally...

Here is an excerpt from Herman Cain, who was asked if he would be comfortable appointing a Muslim either in his cabinet or as a...

There are certain patterns emerging from President Obama’s response to the Arab uprisings that may form the foundation of a broader foreign policy doctrine. His...

In an editorial for the Weekly Standard, I recapitulate the gruesome human rights record of Muammar Qaddafi and conclude it this way: The United States, having...

Every so often the ugly secret at the heart of modern-day environmentalism--a profound misanthropy--peeks out for all to see. In yesterday's New York Times, for...

The New York Times’s Paul Krugman has won a Nobel Prize for Economics but anyone reading his column today, which alleges that liberals are being...

Just two days after controversial anti-Israel journalist Nir Rosen announced he was starting a fellowship at the London School of Economics, a spokesperson for the...

Nadia Schadlow has a fine essay at Foreign Policy which points out that many of the NGOs on which the U.S. and its allies are...

Rudy Giuliani’s potential 2012 campaign may be doomed before it begins. In the New Hampshire Union Leader, the state’s former GOP chairman Fergus Cullen gives...