Post Archive

May 23, 2011

Not that every one of Bret Stephens's columns isn't vital reading, but tomorrow's, "An Anti-Israel President," is a beaut. Highlight: "It would be nice if...

Around 10:30 tonight, Benjamin Netanyahu finally took the stage at the AIPAC conference. Six times during his speech he was interrupted by hecklers; he calmly...

In his address to AIPAC on Sunday, President Obama—attempting to do furious damage control—asserted that his speech the previous Thursday, arguing that negotiations for a...

The news from Pakistan just keeps getting bleaker. The Pakistan Taliban is now strong enough to attack and penetrate a major Pakistani naval base just six...

Perhaps President Obama expected that his challenge to Israel to accept the 1967 lines as the starting point for peace talks would entice the Palestinians...

Today’s Supreme Court ruling in Brown v. Plata, which will require California to release as many as 46,000 of its inmates, may help reduce health...

Secretary of Defense Bob Gates issued a powerful warning in his Notre Dame commencement address against excessively cutting defense spending: The ultimate guarantee against the success...

The admirers of Mitch Daniels are entitled to spend the next few days crying in their beer, while both praising their man and lamenting his...

All right, then, who is going to carry the standard of fiscal responsibility into battle with Barack Obama? Something like this was the question that...

As Alana notes, Tim Pawlenty’s campaign slogan “A Time for Truth” seeks to contrast the Minnesota governor with more slippery opponents such as Mitt Romney...

So, after the speech on Thursday and the speech on Sunday and the defenses of Barack Obama in the wake of his remarks on Sunday,...

Gov. Tim Pawlenty rolls out his campaign today with an impressive video and a new slogan: “A Time for Truth.” Pawlenty claims in the video...