Post Archive

September 9, 2011

Jonathan Sacks, the chief rabbi of the UK, published an essay in the current issue of Standpoint arguing that internal moral decay – not the...

Last month, the men who scaled the building housing the Israeli embassy in Cairo become national heroes in Egypt for tearing down the blue and...

According to the Hurriyet Daily News, Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdoğan will address the Arab League next week: In his speech, Erdoğan will touch on the...

We've been writing here all week about the stunning possibility that a conservative Republican named Bob Turner will upset a liberal Democrat named David Weprin...

The controversy regarding the absence of religious leaders or public prayers at the annual commemoration of the 9/11 attacks at Ground Zero is being touted by some...

Presidencies can go through various stages in terms of their effect on the opposition – from eliciting respect and some amount of fear, to provoking...

The award for vilest politicization of the tenth anniversary of 9/11 goes to the AFL-CIO. The organization has chosen to hijack the moment and turn...

But will the people care? When the president spent the month of August attacking Congress on his pivot-to-jobs tour, his approval ratings nosedived to the...

Several days ago, I posted an entry regarding the Turkish government’s suggestion that it might soon become much more aggressive with regard to its naval...

For the past two months, hundreds of thousands of Israeli “social justice” demonstrators have jammed the streets of the country’s cities to register largely inchoate...

In an interview with NPR, Treasury Secretary Timothy Geithner – in making the most robust case he could for the President’s American Jobs Act –issued...

Supposedly, Obama’s been advocating his $450 million jobs plan “for months.” But based on last night’s speech, it sounds like the entire concept was copy-and-pasted...