Post Archive

November 30, 2011

There has been some speculation that the sack of Britain’s embassy in Tehran by a mob almost certainly acting at the behest of the regime...

Just when this inane story about a Kansas high school student tweeting “mean” things at Gov. Sam Brownback finally started to die down, Washington Post...

The New York Times’ Thomas Friedman made a rare concession to reality today when he wrote in his column that Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu...

Some new developments on the Syria front—none good for Bashar al-Assad’s longevity. First, Turkey unveiled new sanctions against Syria “including a freeze on Syrian assets...

Though the contest for the 2012 Republican presidential nomination still has a ways to go, it’s safe to say Tim Pawlenty’s “Obamneycare” moment will be...

Now that his plagiarized spy thriller Assassin of Secrets has been yanked from the bookstores and turned into pulp, Quentin Rowan has gone public with...

I’d like to respectfully disagree with Jonathan’s post yesterday on the Israeli government ad campaign directed at expatriate Israelis living in the United States. Anything...

It may not last, but there’s no denying Newt Gingrich’s surge is for real. A bevy of newly released surveys all show the same thing: the...

Both Herman Cain and his senior adviser Mark Block are adamant Cain is staying in the race, but yesterday’s National Review report that he’s reassessing...

The Occupy L.A. and Occupy Philly campsites were both cleared out of protesters by police early this morning. But what remains in the parks is...

In the years between his stepping down as Speaker of the House and running for the presidency, Newt Gingrich became a wealthy man. While no...

“Historic” diplomatic engagements generally come with the greatest of expectations. Such is the atmosphere surrounding Secretary of State Hillary Clinton’s arrival in Burma today. It...