Post Archive

November 1, 2011

This Weekly Standard interview with Paul Ryan is going to break a lot of hearts among the anti-Romney conservative holdouts. Ryan is one of the...

As Seth noted earlier, the collapse of former New Jersey Governor and Goldman Sachs co-chairman Jon Corzine’s latest financial venture is the end of his...

According to this press report, Syria is mining its border with Lebanon in order to prevent Syrians fleeing Bashar al-Assad's brutal crackdown to flee to...

You might think that, however foolish many of the assumptions that govern the modern university’s take on Israel might be, it would be easy to...

It will be a shame when the media’s inevitable postmortem of the Jon Huntsman campaign pushes the meme that he was just too moderate and...

Many of Obama’s supporters are applauding the President’s decision to walk away from negotiations to cement a long-term relationship between Iraq and the United States....

I’ll leave it to Herman Cain to get his story straight. His campaign and he personally have not handled this incident well at all and...

Occupy Iowa activists are apparently irritated that politicians don’t seem to be taking their opinions seriously. And so they’re calling on their supporters to flood...

Over the past several months, the Turkish government has become increasingly antagonistic to the United States and its allies, most notably redoubling its embrace of...

The solution most Americans want to see to prevent teacher layoffs? Cutting state and local spending, not an additional infusion of federal money: A new Rasmussen...

If the Islamic Republic of Iran has one trait that worries me, it is overconfidence. After all, wars in the Middle East are caused not...

Jon Corzine has made a career of risky bets, but it turns out his riskiest move was betting on himself. In August, Corzine--then chief of...