Post Archive

June 14, 2011

The latest Gallup poll today brings more good news for burgeoning frontrunner Mitt Romney. Republicans say they prefer a presidential candidate who can beat President...

Last week, the Obama administration resumed its attempt to pressure Israel into agreeing to the 1967 lines as the starting point for future peace talks. This...

In his Washington Post  column,  Michael Gerson writes, “In Palin vs. the press, neither side has acquitted itself particularly well. Palin became a less sympathetic...

The Daily Beast  (rightly, in my opinion) has castigated congressmen for upping their travel at a time of serious financial strain. However, in her haste to...

Jon Huntsman will reportedly announce his presidential bid on June 21 in New Jersey, a venue choice that would set him apart from the other candidates...

On May 22, New York magazine published a cover story by Gabriel Sherman entitled, “Fox News made a circus out of the Republican Party.” The...

America was formally introduced to Michele Bachmann last night. The poised and articulate woman on the stage in New Hampshire was nothing like the caricature...

Score another one for George W. Bush — and Barack Obama. After excoriating his predecessor during the 2008 campaign, President Obama has adopted most of...

Several things struck me about last night’s GOP debate. The first is with the exception of Herman Cain, each of the candidates  acquitted themselves well. (Ron Paul...

President Obama is hoping to woo Hispanic voters by clocking-in a quick minute today in Puerto Rico. Though the visit has been widely publicized as...

Recep Erdogan’s re-election at the very least solidifies another four years of Islamist rule. Some analysts argue the election was  a victory for democracy because the ruling...

At the Daily Telegraph, Michael Weiss has published what appears to be a Syrian government memo indicating the Assad regime organized the "Nakba Day" border raids...