Post Archive

November 2011

While on a Thanksgiving trip to California, my Kindle decided to go blooey. More technically, the device’s screen was permanently burned with one of those...

Unlike the last controversial Medicare and Medicaid head Donald Berwick, Obama’s new pick to run the programs isn’t getting a lot of opposition from congressional...

In an effort to woo the uncommitted, pro-Palestinian advocates frequently insist that one can be pro-Palestinian without being anti-Israel. In theory, that seems self-evident. But...

The economic revolution in India continued this week, when the cabinet voted to allow in big box stores such as Wal-Mart and Home Depot. This is...

Jeffrey Goldberg published a worthwhile column yesterday for Bloomberg View that details some of the recent expressions of virulent Jew-hatred produced in the last year’s agitations...

Since cities across the country evicted Occupy Wall Street encampments in their parks, the movement is finding itself quickly off of the nightly news and...

The fact that many Israelis have left the Jewish state to find new homes and opportunities in the United States has long been a source...

Yesterday, I wrote a post on the newly-released “ClimateGate II” emails, which included a number of messages from former New York Times reporter Andrew Revkin....

The news that Herman Cain is “reassessing” his candidacy in the wake of a new sexual scandal has predictably set off a wave of speculation...

Evelyn’s accurate diagnosis  of the “rot” at the core of the “human rights community,” and her salutary exhortation that “no self-respecting democracy should grant international...

Inspired by Newt Gingrich’s common-sense grooming and lifestyle tips for Occupy Wall Street, Rasmussen decided to post this fundamental question to the public: “Should OWS...

As Jonathan noted, the recent explosions in Iran — one at a missile base on November 12th, the other yesterday near Istafan — hold out...