Post Archive

April 4, 2011

Liberal efforts to end state aid to religious schools were made more difficult today with the Supreme Court’s 5-to-4 decision in Arizona Christian School Tuition...

The Israeli government has asked for the report to be withdrawn, but the JTA reports that for such a request to be considered, it would...

Here, in the words of one Libyan rebel leader, is what’s happening in Libya since the U.S. has embraced that global panacea, and virtue of...

The budget that Representative Paul Ryan will unveil tomorrow will be unprecedented in its scope, its reach, and its structural reforms. He, along with his...

SMEAR is a familiar graffiti tag seen in Los Angeles. It is the painter Cristian Gheorghiu’s “outlaw persona.” Last month the Los Angeles Times reported...

Bernard Lewis, one of the world’s preeminent scholars on Islam, is neither sanguine nor gloomy about events unfolding in the Arab world. He is, rather,...

Most Americans have lost faith in President Obama’s leadership, and the administration seems to be desperately trying to fix that. According to the Politico, the...

Over the past week, Americans have continued to lose confidence in President Obama’s national security performance. According to the latest Rasmussen poll, 40 percent of...

Ynet is reporting this morning that Judge Richard Goldstone offered the New York Times his retraction of the scurrilous United Nations report about Israel’s Gaza...

As riots continue to spread through Afghanistan, members of congress are debating whether to issue an official condemnation of Terry Jones, the Florida pastor who...

Yesterday on Face the Nation Bob Schieffer made a moving statement on the nature of truth, how it’s always the best way, and in...

No sooner had an earthquake and tsunami unleashed a series of events that led to disaster for a Japanese nuclear reactor than Turkey’s Prime Minister...