Post Archive

November 23, 2011

The Washington Post has the umpteenth story today announcing the imminent demise of al-Qaeda. This one is more convincing than most because it focuses on...

The Wall Street Journal reports today on the difficult negotiations going on between Iraqi and American authorities over the fate of Ali Musa Daqduq, a Lebanese...

A foolish op-ed published yesterday in the New York Times illustrates well the approaching failures of the latest trends in Israel advocacy. “Pinkwashing” may be an...

As Mitt Romney ramps up his campaign in Iowa, a group of high-profile social conservatives are meeting on Monday to figure out how to prevent...

Several weeks ago, the protesters of Occupy Wall Street in Washington, D.C., used children as human shields during a confrontation with attendees of a conservative...

The headlines coming out of last night's GOP debate predictably emphasized the candidates clashing. Of course there were some clashes; this was a debate after all....

As Jonathan noted, Newt Gingrich offered a balanced approach to the issue of illegal immigration last night, but one that--as Rick Perry showed--is still controversial...

As Alana noted yesterday, Mitt Romney’s somewhat stiff personality appears to be as much of a handicap to his presidential candidacy as his record of...

I've had some critical things to say about Newt Gingrich in the past, but I thought his answer on immigration at last night's GOP debate was...

Another key point in the GOP debate that went unnoticed by much of the press was when Jon Huntsman lamented that Americans spend blood and...

We don’t know yet what the final outcome of the power struggle going on in Egypt will be, but we do know the identity of...

The Forward has a must-read article on pervasive anti-Semitism in the new Libya that reveals both the Arab world’s greatest problem – which isn’t anti-Semitism...