Post Archive

October 28, 2011

Amid the clamor about the need for Israel to agree to a Palestinian state, the one that already exists is quietly boosting its military capabilities....

This isn’t as blunt as Rudy Giuliani’s “streets are not for sleeping” rule, but apparently Mayor Bloomberg is finally taking a stand against the unwashed...

Much has been written in recent years about how civic participation in America has declined. We are more selfish, more narcissistic, more individualistic and less...

The outbreak of violence during an Occupy event in Oakland, California, illustrated the underlying threat always lurking beneath the surface of entitlement that characterized the...

John Ennis makes a good (and depressing) point: It seems that al Qaeda is moving into Libya. Their flag is flying in Benghazi. With no American boots on the ground, they...

There's been a lot of commentary about how weak the GOP's presidential field is, including by me. And so I'd offer a qualifier to my own...

The automatic defense and Medicare cuts that go into effect if a Super Committee deal isn’t reached are supposed to be enough of an incentive...

I wanted to add a few thoughts to Jonathan's fine post regarding debates. My view is they have intrinsic limits but are certainly worthwhile -- and good debating...

A British MP, John Mann, has tabled an early day motion in Parliament blasting "the anti-Semitic nature" of the Occupy protests in London, noting that signs...

Who destroyed Israel? That’s the question a cartoon by Eli Valley, the Forward’s artist-in-residence, asks in a Halloween-themed fantasy in which he poses in a graphic cartoon...

While many politicians intentionally shield their families from the public eye, presidential contender Rick Santorum has decided to put them center stage. During debates, Santorum often brings...

Rush Limbaugh has finally gone over the line. In a hyperbolic, profanity-laced rant yesterday, during his opening monologue, Limbaugh twice referred to the (almost) three years...