Post Archive

April 18, 2011

A Pentagon investigation has cast doubt on the Rolling Stones article that led to Gen. Stanley McChrystal’s termination last summer. Investigators were apparently unable to...

It is hard to see how President Obama in particular and the Democrats in general can offer a real deficit reduction plan based on spending...

Conservatives are growing increasingly impatient with Donald Trump’s recent publicity tour. Today, the free-market group Club for Growth fired the first major shot at the...

Courtesy of the Idelsohn Society, an exciting new effort to archive Jewish music in an entirely new way, comes a digital Passover mix tape for...

During an interview with the AP on Friday, President Obama repeatedly tried to put a positive spin on the floundering intervention in Libya, saying that...

Standard & Poor’s lowered its outlook for the United States from “stable” to “negative,” and said there is a one in three chance it will...

David’s post below certainly shows the chill on speech that politically correct social theories can exert. For those concerned about this trend, Peter Berkowitz’s Wall...

The Obama administration has been rightly criticized for failing to speak out strongly in support of democratic reform in Syria. Ostensibly, this is to avoid...

When it comes to chronicling Israel's demonization among the chattering classes of Europe, there is no more valuable website than Tom Gross's Mideast Media Analysis....

Today was Day 60 of protests in Iraqi Kurdistan. The protests erupted after Masud Barzani’s forces fired into a crowd after Kurds holding a demonstration...

In today’s Wall Street Journal I make the case that a continuing American military presence in Iraq post-2011 would very much be in our interest—because...

In a post on President Obama's budget speech last week, I wrote, “Even Mark Halperin of Time magazine, a fine, fair, but not terribly unsympathetic-to-Obama...