Post Archive

July 22, 2011

An enraged Barack Obama just took to the nation's airwaves to announce his effort to strike a deal with Republican Speaker of the House John...

The monstrous events today in Norway—as of this writing, word is that a gunman slaughtered at least 30 kids at a youth camp who had...

As so often happens during an intense political moment, like we're now experiencing with the debt ceiling debate, there is exasperation from all sides of...

The Washington Post’s David Ignatius seems to have forgotten one rule of thumb when dealing with the representatives of authoritarian regimes: Seriousness does not equal...

It seems like just yesterday Jon Huntsman was entering the presidential race with promises of civility. That was nice. But with just 1 percent of...

Reflecting upon her work spearheading Israel’s outreach to new African nations in the years following Israel’s establishment, Golda Meir wrote, "Like them, we had shaken...

As expected, the Senate killed the Cut, Cap and Balance Bill, with the votes falling along party lines, 51 to 46 today. So the big...

A picture is worth a thousand words, they say.  When it comes to the rampant anti-Semitism which the Islamic Republic of Iran promotes, one doesn't have to...

There's an article coming out in the next issue of Communication Research that tries to untangle how and why foreign countries get covered by U.S....

Though we’ve been told again and again how irresponsible, obstinate Republicans were blocking a deal on the debt ceiling, the New York Times admits this...

The Washington Post reported earlier this week Governor Bob McDonnell announced that Virginia finished its fiscal year with a surplus of $311 million — its second...

I’d like to add to Michael’s excellent reasons for why Israel shouldn’t apologize to Turkey about last year’s raid on a Turkish-sponsored flotilla to Gaza. As Michael...