Post Archive

July 27, 2011

As Seth wrote, it looks as if House Republicans are beginning to come around in favor of the Boehner plan. It’s also being helped along...

Jonathan Tobin is right that Britain and France’s new-found willingness to let Muammar Qaddafi remain in Libya represents a humiliating down-sizing of NATO’s objectives. Whether it...

On Tuesday, the United States reaffirmed its opposition to Palestinian plans to sidestep negotiations with Israel and declare a state this fall at the United...

The tide is turning in favor of John Boehner on the debt ceiling debate within the GOP. I wrote this morning that perhaps Tea Party...

When Americans think of the homegrown terror threat, many tend to think of al-Qaeda — and names like Anwar Al Awlaki and Adam Gadahn, who...

The Tea Party has taken a number of hits this week. Some of those associated with this movement have assumed an absolutist position on the...

The Congressional Budget Office analysis of Sen. Harry Reid’s deficit reduction plan found that it saved $2.2 trillion, which is less than the $2.7 trillion...

Yesterday, the White House let it be known that if House Speaker John Boehner’s latest debt ceiling proposal passes Congress, President Obama would veto the...

Alana Goodman provides an infuriating example of the European capacity to blame the victim.  While Norwegian Ambassador Svein Sevje was referring to Palestinian terrorism, the...

I’ve written here before about how Turkey surprised the Pentagon by holding war games with the Chinese Air Force. I also raised concern about the...

Last week’s terror attack in Norway prompted various commentators to try to draw analogies between right-wing and Islamic terror (here, for instance). There are two problems...

My colleague Ali Alfoneh, who compiles an indispensable daily round up of the Iranian press, points me to this embarrassing catch from an Iranian website. On...