Post Archive

July 21, 2011

Yuval Levin and Keith Hennessey have written noteworthy pieces. In National Review Online, Levin writes, “That debt explosion—which will be at the heart of our politics...

In an apparent nod to Prime Minister Netanyahu’s wishes, Israel’s Knesset voted yesterday to turn down a proposal to investigate left-wing non-governmental organizations. But this...

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s warm relationship with congressional Republicans has unnerved Democrats since the Clinton administration. But perhaps this was most visible when Bibi’s...

In his response to my earlier posting on Mongolia, Jonathan Tobin brings up the flip side to Mongolia’s historical legacy: While we can sympathize with Mongolia’s...

Gov. Rick Perry’s Day of Prayer proposal and well-publicized chats with God are clearly aimed at attracting social conservatives, but there’s one obstacle that could...

Be afraid. Be very afraid. If, like me, you care about the future of American power--if, like me, you believe the United States has been the...

For those who don’t watch Fox’s “Red Eye,” Thaddeus McCotter is a virtual unknown. The Michigan congressman is running for the Republican presidential nomination, however,...

Byron York calls some attention to just how strong Sarah Palin looks in the newest Washington Post/ABC poll. But whether Palin chooses to run or...

Our colleague Michael Rubin makes a good case for why we should care about Mongolia as well as why we should reject the realpolitik that...

This Club for Growth video showing old clips of 20 Senate Democrats voicing “support” for a balanced budget amendment has been making the rounds lately....

Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdoğan is moving ahead with his plans for a state visit to the Hamas-controlled Gaza Strip. While the United States...

As Jake Tapper joked on twitter, "There have now been more stories written about Obama and Jewish voters than there are Jewish voters." If you...