Post Archive

April 11, 2011

Over at the Huffington Post, Marc Ginsberg, a prominent Democrat and former U.S. ambassador to Morocco (under Bill Clinton), offers some good advice to...

The rabbinical doctrine of kol isha, which forbids an Orthodox Jewish man from listening to a woman’s voice, was a target of Jewish feminists from...

Alana Goodman makes good points, of course. But the type of audacity that she describes is nothing new. In 1990, after he ordered the Iraqi...

Can President Obama, Vice President Biden, or Secretary of State Clinton walk and chew gum at the same time?  Evidently not. Perhaps Obama can take...

It’s fashionable among many commentators (like CNN’s David Gergen) to describe the near-shutdown of the federal government last week as a disgrace, an embarrassment, unbecoming...

As independent voters continue to flee the president they once sought, Obama’s reelection campaign plans to adopt a middle-of-the-road strategy in an pitch to win...

“Why should we give a damn about the Afghan people?” Andy McCarthy asks. Our presence in Afghanistan, he says, is “pointless.” Now, this is different than...

The Philippines has a new president—Benigno Aquino III—but the same old problems. Aquino’s pedigree is impeccable. The president comes from one of the country’s wealthiest...

Speaker John Boehner is turning out to be one shrewd negotiator. In the budget agreement that Congress reached late Friday night, he was able to...

The Vanguard Leadership Group, a national development academy and honor society for student leaders from historically black college and universities, has come out in strong...

Along with a delegation from the Council on Foreign Relations, I recently visited Taiwan, and got an earful about the continuing buildup of military might...

This has to be the height of audacity. Gaza terrorists have pummeled Israel with over 120 rockets in the past few days, and now the...