Post Archive

January 12, 2012

Phyllida Lloyd’s The Iron Lady based on Margaret Thatcher is a touching reminiscence about a tenacious woman’s relation to her loyal husband and family, from...

Earlier today, I noted the skewed morality of left-wing writers in general, and Salon’s Glenn Greenwald, in particular, who consider the mysterious deaths of Iranian...

Palestinian Authority Prime Minister Salam Fayyad is a favorite of both American diplomats and Israeli officials. His dedication to improving the lives of Palestinian Arabs...

In 1974, Yasser Arafat delivered a famous address to the United Nations in which he said: “Today I have come bearing an olive branch and...

The liberal Washington Post columnist E.J. Dionne Jr. ends his column this way: Which leads to this observation from Gingrich: “I think there’s a real difference,”...

On one hand, Sarah Palin is sticking to questions about Mitt Romney’s job creation claims at Bain Capital, about which there are legitimate issues. On the...

It has now been a couple of weeks since Israel Channel 2’s explosive news broadcast on haredi extremism in Beit Shemesh dramatically increased public awareness...

While most of the civilized world is taking grim satisfaction from the news about the latest Iranian nuclear scientist to turn up dead, predictably, the...

It is perhaps unfair to comment on a document you haven’t read, but then National Intelligence Estimates aren’t typically released to the public. So I have...

The unprincipled and to me, mystifying, lines of attacks being used by Newt Gingrich and Rick Perry against Bain Capital have  provided an opening for someone...

Over at Jewish Ideas Daily this morning, Erika Dreifus writes a cri de coeur of the young American Jewish writer who must somehow make peace...

What happened to President Obama's $1 billion campaign? Complacency happened, according to Politico. While the Obama campaign is still raising an impressive amount of money,...