Post Archive

January 2012

Yesterday’s edition of NBC’s “Meet the Press” featured a battle of two surrogates: John McCain, who was there boosting Mitt Romney, and his former Senate...

As I noted earlier, one area in which Palestinians need no help from anyone is finding excuses to shun negotiations. Currently, of course, they are claiming Israel’s position...

With few expecting tomorrow’s Florida primary to be anything but a decisive win for Mitt Romney, some observers are turning to the question of what...

When I first read Jonathan’s post yesterday, I thought he was blaming President Barack Obama unfairly: The Palestinians don’t need Obama to produce excuses for...

As Hamas looks to leave its long-standing offices in Damascus, where the Assad regime now teeters, Turkey's President Abdullah Gul is neither confirming nor denying...

The Palestinian reaction to Israel’s position about West Bank settlement blocs once again demonstrates that rather seeking an agreement that will lead to a Palestinian...

Just a week ago, some of Sarah Palin’s fans were attempting to give the former Alaska governor a little bit of the credit for Newt...

Herman Cain’s endorsement of Newt Gingrich yesterday was not the story it might have been had it happened far earlier in the race. Had he...

The latest polls of likely Republican voters in Florida confirm the trend that started earlier this week: Mitt Romney seems to be set for a...

It’s official now. Barack Obama’s ratings are “historically polarized,” according to a new Gallup survey. Jeffrey Jones of the Gallup organization writes, “The historically high gap...

Yesterday, the organizers of an upcoming boycott, divestment, and sanction (BDS) conference at Penn published an op-ed in the university’s Daily Pennsylvanian explaining their effort,...

I had some critical things to say about President Obama’s State of the Union address. But the evening was not a total waste, thanks to the...