Post Archive

February 9, 2012

If politics makes strange bedfellows, wars make even stranger ones. That has always been true for all nations and is no less the case for...

Zalmay Khalilzad, former U.S. ambassador to Iraq and Afghanistan, said today the "decision has to be made" for the U.S. to arm the opposition in Syria, but...

On Tuesday, Peter Beinart chastised American Jews for not listening more closely to Israeli soldiers. “There’s nothing American Jews love more than Israeli soldiers, except perhaps,...

A story in today’s International Herald Tribune (read here on the New York Times website) provides an interesting insight into exactly what happens when a...

Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell dismissed Iran’s warnings about closing the Strait of Hormuz as “idle threats,” during a small round table discussion with reporters...

There are two common reporting challenges that inevitably become more pronounced when a topic of great interest and importance becomes part of the day-to-day news:...

I wanted to add a personal word to Jonathan’s post regarding the Presbyterian Church USA’s anti-Israel bias. Years ago my wife, children, and I attended a...

Gen. Jack Keane, one of the architects of the surge in Iraq, is always a font of good sense when it comes to America’s wars....

In the aftermath of Rick Santorum's sweep of the three states that held elections on Tuesday, many observers are counseling Mitt Romney to do something to energize...

In his interview with Scott Hennen, Newt Gingrich was asked what he thought about the “good Newt” versus “bad Newt” narrative. Gingrich responded this way:...

The Obama administration's decision to require Catholic hospitals, charities and universities to provide insurance coverage that includes contraceptives and abortifacients -- in violation of their...

When I did a post-doc in Israel back in academic year 2001-2002, the Palestinian terror and bombing campaign was at its height. Hordes of Western...