Post Archive

July 1, 2011

Two more data points emerge to make clear why the Obama administration's present course on Libya is so reckless. First, Spain's interior minister says "sophisticated...

The Washington Post’s Greg Sargent – the go-to reporter for the White House’s opinion on the White House’s relationship with Jewish voters – writes today the...

I certainly won't shed a tear should Hugo Chavez succumb to cancer. Instead, I will look at his passing as an opportunity to bring accountability...

Karl Rove, writing in the Wall Street Journal yesterday, zeroes in on the key weakness of President Obama’s tenuous reelection strategy. Without being able to...

Yale University’s decision to shutter the Yale Initiative for the Interdisciplinary Study of Antisemitism (YIISA) has been well-covered here at Commentary and elsewhere, so I...

During the last few days, Congressman Dennis Kucinich (D-Ohio) has visited Syrian President Bashar al-Assad in Damascus, sung the dictator’s praises, issued a statement insisting...

With my tongue firmly in-cheek, I wonder whether Peter Wehner isn’t being a little bit harsh in his assessment of President Obama’s handling of the...

The most irritating aspect of climate change movement is that activists use it as an excuse to try to micromanage all aspects of our lives. Take,...

Much of the political/media world is abuzz about MSNBC’s “indefinite suspension” of Mark Halperin, who during his appearance on “Morning Joe” used a (mildly) vulgar...

Hillary Clinton’s latest comments on Syria are not only a travesty, but a tragedy. The travesty is self-evident. Bashar al-Assad’s regime has killed more than 1,400 of its own...

If you want to know the real obstacle to Israeli-Palestinian peace, take a look at what Israel’s “peace partner” is doing in the Balata refugee...

Palestinian Authority head Mahmoud Abbas was in The Hague yesterday to speak to the Dutch parliament, and, as is his wont when speaking to Western...