Post Archive

April 7, 2011

The Palestinian Authority’s campaign to bypass negotiations and gain recognition for an independent state received an important boost yesterday from the International Monetary Fund. The...

Although polls show President Obama falling out of favor with the general public, he still has a 55 percent approval rating among 18-29 year olds....

Yesterday I plumbed the shallowness of the Washington Post’s Dana Milbank in a short piece that my former White House colleague Karl Rove sent around...

As a follow-up to “What Justice Goldstone Knew and When He Knew It,” I have posted at Jewish Current Issues the texts of the opening...

At the Council on Foreign Relations, Elliott Abrams notices some good news from Egypt. According to a new poll from the International Peace Institute, 63...

If President Obama’s speech at the National Action Network gala last night is a preview of his reelection campaign, we can expect it to be...

This morning, Speaker of the House John Boehner, a Republican, went before the microphones to discuss the negotiations over the budget. He said that he...

The State Department has apparently gotten around to condemning Terry Jones for “the burning of the Holy Koran that occurred several days ago.” Alana has...

The same week that President Obama broke one major campaign promise, he reminds his base about a previous one he reneged on. Though the president...

In the Washington Post columnist David Ignatius has the latest report on how the Muslim Brotherhood is trying to take advantage of political flux in...

Chris Chivers is a former Marine officer and an experienced combat correspondent. So his take on the Libyan opposition forces is worth paying...

Most people, most of the time, reserve their sarcasm for when they’re on fairly solid argumentative ground. Being wrong is one thing. It happens. But...