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May 18, 2011

Last Friday, Republican Ileana Ros-Lehtinen, the chairwoman of the House Foreign Affairs Committee, and Howard Berman, its ranking Democrat, joined forces to introduce a bill...

Late last month, the White House banished a San Francisco Chronicle reporter from pool coverage for the “infraction” of filming a group of activists protesting...

Two recent polls have come out measuring the mood of the nation, and the results should give David Axelrod nightmares. One poll, sponsored by The Hill...

The self-immolation of Newt Gingrich is a cautionary tale about presidential candidates. Earlier this month Dick Morris wrote, “All agree that he would be the...

For weeks, one of the Scholastic publishing company’s energy curriculum programs has been under attack by environmental zealots, like the Sierra Club, and liberal publications...

Those who thought the rollout of Newt Gingrich’s presidential campaign hit bottom with his astonishing attack on Congressman Paul Ryan’s Medicare reform plan underestimated the...

In his interview of Secretary State Clinton last month, Jeffrey Goldberg had the following colloquy regarding Syria: QUESTION: Would you be sad if [Assad’s] regime disappeared? CLINTON:...

President Obama’s speech about the Middle East, scheduled for Thursday at the State Department, has been the subject of constant speculation fueled by leaks from...

Israel’s state comptroller published a special report yesterday on Muslim excavations on the Temple Mount. The report concluded what anyone who has followed the issue...

To distract the world from how he’s been massacring his own people, Bashar al-Assad opened up the Israeli-Syrian border to rioters on Sunday, hundreds of...

The tension between supporters of public and parochial schools is never far below the surface in many communities. But the divide in East Ramapo, New...

Crony capitalism at its most basic. Create onerous regulations and then give out exemptions to allies and constituents. The only wrinkle in this case is...