Post Archive

October 27, 2011

Just one more underline under Max Boot's underlining of Pete Wehner's post on the disgraceful eviction of American troops in Iraq. Max describes at some length...

The filmmaker Michael Moore was on Piers Morgan’s CNN show a couple of nights ago and was asked (via Twitter) how he squares the fact that...

Scott Olsen, an Iraq war veteran and “Occupy” activist, was seriously injured when he was reportedly struck in the head with a tear gas canister...

More evidence that Turkey's neo-Ottoman campaign to isolate Israel is backfiring badly: Cypriot media outlets reported last week that Israel was conducting Air Force exercises with...

The transformation of Hillary Clinton’s public image during the past three years has been remarkable. After her own party rejected her back in 2008, few would...

Amid all the media hoopla about a new way of war supposedly being born in Libya, it is sobering to take note of some new...

Despite the devastation wrought by the 7.2 earthquake that struck the country's southeast, Turkish Prime Minister Erdogan and his Islamist AKP ilk seemed determined over...

Marco Rubio may be the victim in the Univision blackmail scandal, but his clash with the Spanish-language news station could actually end up hurting him...

The following is from our November issue. Forty-one symposium contributors were asked to respond to the question: Are you optimistic or pessimistic about America’s future? _____________...

In one of his typically remarkable posts at the American Interest, Walter Russell Mead reflects upon the story of Rajat K. Gupta, who was indicted...

The Washington Post has a story today on Marco Rubio--actually, correct that. The Washington Post has a story today about the Washington Post, which is...

The Occupy protest movement probably won’t disappear overnight, but there are growing signs the public’s nerves are wearing thin. Police have cleared out the protests in...