Post Archive

October 7, 2011

This year, three women won the Nobel Peace Prize: Liberian President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf, Liberian peace activist Leymah Gbowee and Yemeni activist Tawakkul Karman. Kudos...

A Washington Post story from earlier this week reports, “There is a noticeably more aggressive, confrontational President Obama roaming the country these days, selling his jobs...

Like the rest of the Republican presidential field, Mitt Romney has gotten a pass on foreign policy throughout this campaign. In particular, the former Massachusetts...

First, the good news from the September jobs report: The United States added a better-than-expected 103,000 new jobs to the economy last month, while the unemployment...

In yet another attempt to deflect scrutiny, Russian authorities marked the fifth anniversary of the murder of Anna Politkovskaya by announcing new charges against old...

A few years back, Columbia University was hit with charges of anti-Semitism, which were dropped after a somewhat dubious investigation. The latest accusations are from...

For liberals, the emergence of the Occupy Wall Street protests has been a welcome counterattack against the Tea Party movement that helped transform the political...

Few events in recent years have moved me as much as the untimely death of Steve Jobs.  The wall-to-wall media coverage and the multiplying testimonials...

In the New York Post this morning, I write: "As we consider life in America without Steve Jobs, we might also consider just how his...

If anyone still thinks the Palestinians seek a state that will live alongside Israel in peace, they should examine the map broadcast by the Palestinian...

Steve Jobs's death has brought forth a well-deserved outpouring of enconomia hailing him for transforming the world for the better. Those tributes are entirely deserved....

David Gerbi returned to Libya this year after 40 years in exile to help the rebel movement overthrow Muammar Qaddafi. Libyans he worked with knew he’s...