Post Archive

December 2, 2011

There is much to be said against Newt Gingrich, and I’ll admit I’ve said some of it. His ambition is, as George Will said in this...

Temporary holiday jobs are part of why unemployment figures dropped in November. Out of the 120,000 new non-farm jobs, 50,000 were retail, which indicates many...

On the surface, the new jobs report, which shows the unemployment rate dropping to 8.6 percent from 9.0 percent the previous month, is good news....

Earlier this week, I wrote to voice my dismay at some of the content of an ad campaign launched by Israel’s Ministry of Immigrant Absorption...

In his interview with ABC’s Jake Tapper, Newt Gingrich declared, “I’m going to be the nominee. It’s very hard not to look at the recent...

President Obama’s claim that “this administration has done more in terms of the security of the state of Israel than any previous administration” is not...

Are values voters preparing to forgive Newt Gingrich's infidelities? Evangelical leaders seem to be moving in that direction, reports Dave Weigel. Notoriously anti-Mormon pastor Robert...

On the surface, the decision by the Republican Jewish Coalition not to invite Rep. Ron Paul to their forum for presidential candidates seems ill-advised. Some...

The most revealing aspect of Mitt Romney’s tense interview with Fox’s Bret Baier was the look that crept onto the former governor’s face: that of a...

The strange thing about Jon Huntsman is that he’s seen as the uber-moderate candidate in the race, when one can actually make a decent argument...

Despite the warnings from two administration officials that said a ban on transactions with Iran’s Central Bank was not what President Obama wanted, the Senate...

Noah Pollak started an excellent discussion about the self-described human rights community’s loss of any moral compass. Without rehashing Evelyn and Peter’s excellent posts, perhaps...