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December 20, 2011

For many Americans, the festival of Chanukah, which began at sundown tonight, is a blue-tinseled version of Christmas as they participate in the consumer frenzy...

Greg Sargent is the liberal blogger for the Washington Post. He recently expressed his barely uncontained fury at Republicans, and Mitt Romney in particular, for...

The two-month payroll tax extension the Senate approved and the House voted down today is by no means good policy. In fact, it’s a payroll-processing disaster....

Last week, New York Times columnist Thomas Friedman let his anger with Israel and its American supporters, including some Republican presidential candidates, get the better...

As much as the pro-Israel community supports moving the U.S. embassy from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem, reality has often gotten in the way. Both President...

Just weeks after publicly signaling that the United States not only had no interest in using force to stop Iran from gaining nuclear weapons but...

I speculated earlier today that an endorsement from the influential Iowa social conservative group The Family Leader could be Newt Ginrich’s saving grace in the...

Alana’s right when she says there really is no telling what Ron Paul will do once his quixotic run for the Republican presidential nomination is...

This morning, Elliott Abrams calls out both Tom Friedman and Joe Klein for offering up Walt/Mearsheimer conspiracy theories about American Jewry in the place of...

It’s not even worth pretending Ron Paul has any shot at winning the GOP nomination, even if he does manage to pull off a victory...

Ever since the signing of the Oslo Accords in 1993, Americans and Israelis who were trying to make peace in the Middle East have had...

As we move toward the end of the year, it’s worth putting the state of politics in America today in perspective, starting with this observation:...