Post Archive

November 17, 2011

On the eve of the Occupy Wall Street protests, it’s useful to take a look at its legacy. There are plenty of ways to measure...

The whole concept of a congressional supercommittee empowered to create a budget solution that the rest of the Congress wasn’t able to agree on in...

Not all that long ago Harvard Law professor (and U.S. Senate candidate) Elizabeth Warren proudly claimed she laid the “intellectual foundation” for the Occupy Wall...

New York City police officers put their safety on the line today as they scrambled to preserve order and prevent rioting protesters from shutting down...

Last May, Mitt Romney decided to address his candidacy’s biggest problem head on. In a speech delivered in Michigan, the Republican presidential candidate refused to...

Rick Perry is still struggling to get back on his feet after last week’s debate gaffe, but time is not on his side. Many of...

The latest report about Iran’s nuclear program from the International Atomic Energy Agency has made it hard for skeptics to remain in denial about the...

In an  interview with Charlie Rose this week, Israeli Defense Minister Ehud Barak said the Palestinians’ refusal to negotiate unless Israel freezes settlement construction is unjustified,...

This is one story that seemed hard to believe at first. But the left-leaning Democracy Alliance confirmed to me that Grover Norquist did in fact...

On Wednesday, the Forward published an op-ed by "Occupy Judaism’s" chief organizer in which without blushing he compares the clearing of Zuccotti Park in Lower...

The self-proclaimed “Patriotic Millionaires” held yet another press conference this week, begging the government to raise their taxes. But when the Daily Caller gave them...

Last month, we took the Anti-Defamation League and the American Jewish Committee to task for the so-called “Unity Pledge” they promoted that was aimed primarily at...