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October 18, 2011

Tonight’s debate in Las Vegas was clearly the most spirited and most entertaining of all the Republican presidential debates so far. But aside from the...

We came into the evening wondering whether Herman Cain would sound serious enough but after 2 hours, it was clear that Mitt Romney was still...

Tonight’s debate is the first of these gatherings since Herman Cain supplanted Rick Perry in the polls as Mitt Romney’s chief rival. That means that...

Join us tonight as senior online editor Jonathan S. Tobin live blogs the latest Republican presidential debate from Las Vegas. So tune in to CNN...

Jonathan, let me push back against your post. Communal solidarity in Israel -- or any democracy -- is often ephemeral at best and an illusion...

There are many eye-opening details in Ken Auletta's massive New Yorker piece on the ascension of Jill Abramson to the editorship of the New York Times—suffice...

My home state of Virginia was supposed to be, for Democrats, a model political state, one that foreshadowed many good things to come. Barack Obama...

The enormous relief at the release of Gilad Shalit is, of course, tempered by the horrible knowledge that he was ransomed at so perilous a...

Up until now we’ve been relying mainly on the incoherent ramblings of Occupy Wall Street activists to get an idea of what’s driving the movement....

Michael Rubin has again put forward a strong argument as to why Israel’s release of more than 1,000 terrorists is a strategic disaster that has...

The Obama campaign ties its anti-Wall Street strategy all together: “I think there’s some question as to what [Romney’s] core convictions are,” [White House adviser David]...

My AEI colleague Gary Schmitt points me to this Washington Post story regarding the difficulties Iran's nuclear program faces. Toward the end of the story,...