Post Archive

February 21, 2012

The imminent demise of the Bashar al-Assad regime in Syria has become such an article of faith among many American pundits that most have come...

After a brief visit to Bahrain earlier this month, it is clear the situation in Bahrain is reaching a head. February 14 marked the year anniversary...

The Washington Examiner’s Conn Carroll flags this interesting item from the Washington Post’s report on the messy break-up between environmental groups and the natural gas...

One of the arguments Senator Rick Santorum made on behalf of his campaign was that if he were the nominee, he’d succeed in making Barack...

Just when the public was starting to get used to the idea of Rick Santorum perhaps becoming the new Republican presidential frontrunner, it appears that...

When internal fundraising and strategy documents from the Heartland Institute, a conservative group skeptical of man-made climate change, were leaked online last week, global warming...

Today, BuzzFeed released "25 Photos of Mitt Romney Looking Normal," and -- to my surprise -- he actually looks normal! Along with the photo series,...

During the first three years of the Obama administration, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s visits to the White House have been the occasion for some...

Last week, I noted how Geneive Abdo, a journalist and liaison to the UN’s "Dialogue of Civilizations" program, had promoted the wacky conspiracy theory on...

A New York Times story during the weekend begins this way: “It used to be called illegitimacy. Now it is the new normal. After steadily rising...

Did the Santorum campaign team call President Obama an "Islamic extremist" and "Hitler"? Based on the media coverage during the weekend, you’d think so. Of course, neither...

“China will never be a superpower and it opposes hegemony and power politics of any kind.” So reads the “Shanghai Communiqué,” the joint statement released...