Post Archive

December 14, 2011

As I wrote earlier, the latest column from the New York Times’ Thomas Friedman is more than just his usual rant about Republicans or his...

Though the New York Times' Thomas Friedman invariably characterizes himself as a friend of Israel, his most recent column illustrates the slippery slope along which...

It’s been months since Newt Gingrich’s “right-wing social engineering” controversy died down, but he’s back to clashing with Rep. Paul Ryan once again. The trouble...

Egypt's interim prime minister literally broke into tears over the weekend trying to convey just how bad the country's economy has gotten. Not a small...

In today’s Wall Street Journal, former National Security Advisor Zbigniew Brzezinski unspools a crystalline specimen of logical contradiction. Writing about America’s China policy and U.S. grand...

I am agnostic on whether President Obama should have launched a military mission to recover or destroy an RQ-170 Stealth drone that went down in...

All of President Obama’s denunciations of the “do-nothing Congress” and fiery appeals for lawmakers to “pass this jobs bill now” may be blowing up in...

Yesterday's New York Times diatribe by Thomas Friedman is being blasted for declaring that the United States Congress is "bought and paid for by the...

The exchange of barbs between Newt Gingrich and Mitt Romney during the last few days has understandably garnered most of the attention in the Republican...

Rabbi Joshua Hammerman’s article on Tim Tebow is making the rounds today--and not in a good way. The disturbing article, a vicious diatribe against American...

According to press reports, the new political director for Newt Gingrich’s Iowa campaign “agreed to step away” from the job after it came to light he...

These are the perils of trying to build an organization in Iowa just weeks before the caucuses: Newt Gingrich’s brand new Iowa political director just...