Post Archive

December 29, 2011

It has long been apparent that Ron Paul’s isolationist foreign policy has far more to do with the agenda of the anti-American left than anything resembling...

Turkey has a terrorism problem, though not just the Kurdish one it often claims. The Turkish government, for example, embraces Hamas and Hezbollah and Prime...

The liberal writer Gene Lyons echoes the conventional wisdom when he says, "What’'s alarming about the GOP contest isn'’t the indecisiveness or poor reasoning processes...

This past year was another very good one for the Fox News Channel, which continued its dominance of cable news (in January FNC will have...

Yesterday, I noted that one of the downsides of the Obama administration's heavy reliance on drone strikes is that it eliminates the option of capturing...

As we approach the eve of the Iowa caucus, the broad outlines of the GOP race remains what it has been from the beginning: Mitt...

In recent months, a new theme has replaced the media’s past obsession with Israel’s alleged mistreatment of the Palestinians. While abuse of Israel on this...

The Washington Post is right to note that Iran's threats to close the Strait of Hormuz in retaliation for possible new sanctions on its oil exports...

A month ago, Jeffrey Goldberg provoked a fair amount of scorn for proclaiming his belief that Barack Obama would “save Israel” from a nuclear Iran....

Some of the die-hard Ron Paul supporters have come up with a few imaginative ideas about the origins of the ongoing “anti-Paul smear campaign” (their...

Two months ago, just as Herman Cain’s campaign was about to start to unravel, I wrote that perhaps it was Rick Santorum’s turn for a...