Post Archive

September 27, 2011

The most provocative article I’ve read on Russia in recent days is this Washington Post op-ed by the always interesting Ralph Peters, a military intelligence officer...

The speculation about Chris Christie seriously considering a run for the presidency may be about to end if today’s reports about the New Jersey governor...

Those who believed the Obama administration’s attitude toward Israel has changed for the better got a rude wakeup call today when Washington condemned the start of...

This might explain those passive-aggressive donor solicitation emails. The White House Dossier’s Keith Koffler catches some news buried in the New York Times write-up on...

The Broward County Republican Party blocked Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR) Florida spokesperson Nezar Hamze from joining its executive board last night, a decision that some...

What to make of reports Turkey is riding high in the new Middle East? If opinion polls are to be believed, its Prime Mnister, Recep Tayyip...

In an era when even the most outrageous claims about global warming are treated by the mainstream media as “established science,” it was refreshing to...

Ever since this morning’s post on Peter De Vries stumbled uncertainly across the internet, Patrick Kurp and I have been putting together an imaginary anthology...

I’m in some sympathy with those who want New Jersey Governor Chris Christie to enter the Republican presidential race, for the same reason I was...

Former New York City Mayor Ed Koch hadn’t been getting much attention prior to his decision to use the special election in New York’s 9th...

In case you missed this story from the LinkedIn town hall meeting yesterday, President Obama took a question from a former Google executive who begged...

Recent polls had indicated if Shelly Yachimovich prevailed in the Israeli Labor party’s internal leadership elections, the party would make a strong comeback. Yachimovich did, and...