Post Archive

April 1, 2011

According to news reports, at least 11 UN workers have been killed in Afghanistan by a band of thugs protesting Pastor Terry Jones’s recent Koran...

A number of influential voices (see here, here, here, and here) are weighing in on the Continuing Resolution (CR) and the 2011 budget. What they...

If you want to understand the constitutional arguments of both sides on ObamaCare, watch this debate at Harvard Law School last week among Randy Barnett, Charles...

Bashar Assad and Barack Obama don’t have much else in common, but as recent events have shown, both have labored under the delusion that an...

At the Washington Post, Ruth Marcus points out President Obama’s excessive use of the “false choice” paradigm in his speeches. Obama supporters often praise his “nuance”...

Despite the encouraging news of recent progress in Afghanistan, the chorus of lawmakers urging the U.S. to pull out of the war is growing. Which...

When I was applying for internships and jobs back in the 1990s, we still did things the old fashioned way: I would put together a...

Alan Dershowitz writes a troubling account of his recent visit to Norway. Norwegian universities have recently welcomed speakers like Stephen Walt and Ilan Pappe to...

The March unemployment numbers are out, and they are favorable: 216,000 jobs created, following a month in which 214,000 were created. The trend line is...

Just days after a series of Turkish police raids targeting unpublished books and criticism of political Islam, Francis “Frank” J. Ricciardone, Obama’s un-confirmable ambassadorial recess...