Post Archive

May 11, 2011

Mitt Romney gave Republicans a sneak preview of his big Michigan health care address with an op-ed published in today’s USA Today. The piece avoids...

The City University of New York, which has already outraged Israel supporters with its decision to honor anti-Israel playwright Tony Kushner, will also be taking...

A new AP-Gfk poll has Barack Obama at 60 percent approval rating. He’s above 50 percent on his reelect numbers and also on his handling...

The Wall Street Journal editorialized yesterday on the West’s “near religious pursuit of the peace process.” At the New Republic, Martin Peretz writes that we...

Sometimes even the most hard-core believers in Arab moderation have to accept reality. Senate Foreign Relations Committee Chairman John Kerry spent much of the last...

It seems impossible for the American public and political class to keep track of more than one conflict at once. A few weeks ago Libya...

The killing of Osama bin Laden gave President Obama a moderate spike in his approval ratings, but it hasn’t convinced more registered voters to support...

In the daily White House briefing today, Press Secretary Jay Carney let drop a rather important nugget of information: President Obama is planning to make...

Noam Chomsky may have mused about the world’s reaction if President Bush had been assassinated in the same way that Osama bin Laden was, but...

Tom Marr is a conservative radio talk show host from Baltimore. While driving yesterday I listened to Marr, who was substituting for a national talk...

We now know that segments of the Pakistani intelligence agency have likely been bamboozling the United States for years on Osama bin Laden’s whereabouts, and...

The story that the rapper Common has been invited to the White House has become an Internet source of controversy for days now due to...