Post Archive

December 12, 2011

The Washington Post’s Jennifer Rubin sought out the opinion of people to analyze the meaning and importance of character in politics. Her postings on what...

Once again, the announcement of a small housing project by Israel is causing the United Nations to claim that such settlement building prejudices the peace...

Newt Gingrich has created a lot of waves by saying: "Remember, there was no Palestine as a state. It was part of the Ottoman Empire. We...

The news that the United States Supreme Court will decide on the constitutionality of an Arizona law that sought to impose state penalties on illegal...

In his interview on Sunday with President Obama, Steve Kroft of “60 Minutes” said, “You’re being judged now on your performance. To which Obama snapped back,...

With Newt Gingrich still polling at a strong lead in Iowa, the Romney campaign is scrambling to lower expectations ahead of the upcoming caucus: Asked if...

In an ad being run in Iowa, Texas Governor Rick Perry says, “I’m not ashamed to admit that I’m a Christian. But you don’t have to...

Last week, I wrote about New York Times columnist Nicholas Kristof’s astonishing whitewash of Egypt’s Muslim Brotherhood in which he allowed members of the Islamist...

In its continued quest for media attention, the fading Occupy Wall Street movement has moved on to shutting down ports along the West Coast. The...

In the Egyptian elections, the Muslim Brotherhood is winning about as many seats as most analysts expected, but with the totalitarian Salafists unexpectedly picking up...

The continuing saga of last week’s Russian elections had three important developments over the weekend--one expected, the other two coming as a bit of a...

To be fair to DNC Chair Debbie Wasserman Schultz, her argument here isn’t as blatantly absurd and fallacious as it initially sounds. She doesn’t seem...