Post Archive

July 21, 2011

As the maneuvering about the debt ceiling continues, the dynamic of the debate has shifted to one question: Will House Republicans be buffaloed into surrender on...

It turns out that News Corporation, the so-called “Republican Party communications arm,” donated more to Obama’s presidential campaign in 2008 than it has to any...

The latest Fox News poll shows the president’s approval-disapproval rating underwater. Forty-five percent of voters approve of the job Obama is doing while 46 percent disapprove,...

As I mentioned yesterday, my wife and I spent our summer vacation this year in Mongolia, a trip I’d recommend to anyone. The Mongols are friendly,...

The American economy is unwell. The growth of manufacturing slowed in the spring, as did job growth, which was a dismal 54,000 jobs in May....

Tim Pawlenty is rolling out what can be described as the Pawlenty Campaign 2.0--the scrappy underdog swimming against the tide of his rivals’ money and...

Yesterday, as Jonathan noted earlier, President Obama told KMBC television: They do expect that their President is going to be thinking about them every single day. And is...

When National Public Radio fired commentator Juan Williams last year, they may have hoped it would be a one-day story. But what followed was a major...

When I was in Australia last month, I came across a fascinating article about Talmud study in Korea. While this may be old news to...

While I am not a fan of Israeli Foreign Minister Avigdor Lieberman, he was correct when, earlier this month, he warned Israeli political figures against...

While President Obama insists only a “balanced” approach to the debt crisis that includes higher taxes is acceptable, the founder of one of America’s most successful...

With efforts to restart Israeli-Palestinian negotiations having failed, both sides are now waging a global diplomatic campaign: the Palestinians to recruit support for UN recognition of...