Post Archive

August 22, 2011

At a radical left-wing coffee shop in Washington, D.C. last month, Code Pink founder and “Freedom Flotilla II” passenger Medea Benjamin woefully recounted the moment she...

In recent weeks, there has been an uptick in Kurdistan Workers Party (PKK) attacks in Turkey, and, if Turkish press reports are to be believed,...

Jon Huntsman entered the Republican presidential race claiming to be the champion of the party's moderate-conservative wing. But, despite the applause of some elite figures like...

Turkey and Israel still remain at loggerheads over efforts to settle their dispute about the deaths of Turkish nationals who were killed while resisting the...

This past weekend I was in Washington, D.C., to teach a seminar on “American Jewish Fiction and American Jewish Identity” to an a parliament of...

Peter Wehner’s entry on Fareed Zakaria’s paean for parliamentary democracy rightfully defends America’s system of government. But one should add, even if America’s system of government were...

Will terrorist attacks on Israel in the past few days undermine Israel’s efforts to head off a United Nations vote on the Palestinians’ plans to...

President Obama's approval rating dropped to 35 percent approval among Pennsylvania's registered voters, according to the most recent Muhlenberg College poll. This is a state Obama...

In a further sign of Iran’s efforts to defend its nuclear program from the possibility of foreign attack, the regime announced today it is moving...

Via Stephen Hayes' latest will-he-or-won’t-he pieces, comes this delicious tidbit that’s sure to get hearts fluttering a bit faster in the fiscal conservative world. A...

CNN's Fareed Zakaria has weighed in on the matter of a presidential system of government v. parliamentary systems. Building on the arguments by Professor Juan Linz,...

It’s no secret that once Washington identifies problems, its knee-jerk solution is simply to throw money at problems: Poverty, education, health care, etc. And it’s...