Post Archive

April 15, 2011

Commitment to “diversity” on college campuses is nothing new, but the debate over what true diversity might look like on an elite college campus took...

Conservative Republicans had good reason to be wary of the budget deal that passed this week. It’s true that many of the cuts were more...

The murder of Vittorio Arrigoni in Gaza is noteworthy for two things: the ironic nature of his slaying and the anti-Semitic slanders that the killing has...

As Max observes, NATO faced another embarrassment yesterday, when a triumphant, fist-pumping Qaddafi languidly rode his open-top SUV past cheering crowds in Tripoli. It’s clearly...

Alana Goodman and Ted Bromund both make great points about the Chinese “I’m rubber and you’re glue” human rights report and the leftist embrace of...

Does the Libyan affair remind anyone of Kosovo? It’s taking place on Europe’s borders, yet—as always when Europe’s hour strikes—no one from the EU is...

In 1989, Chinese troops attacked protesters at Tienanmen Square. Just over a decade later, Iranian government vigilantes attacked students at a Tehran University dormitory, setting...

In his remarks last night, President Obama had this to say: “When Paul Ryan says his priority is to make sure he’s just being America’s...

Labor leaders are fed up with the Obama administration’s economic positions, but they’re finding themselves in a tough spot. Unions can’t exactly support the Republicans...

The U.S. Senate passed a unanimous consent resolution last night, calling on the UN to rescind the Goldstone report and work to repair any damage...

President Obama, Prime Minister David Cameron, and President Nicolas Sarkozy have published an op-ed today that only highlights the incoherence of their approach to Libya. They...

The more I think about it, the more it seems clear that something vitally important happened over the past week to and within the GOP....