Post Archive

March 1, 2012

The Washington Post’s Dan Balz, in writing that Mitt Romney’s rivals lack broad support to clinch the GOP nomination, has tallied up the race so far. Governor...

Earlier this week, the director-general of Britain’s license fee-funded BBC, Mark Thompson, gave an astonishing interview, revealing that the BBC consciously and deliberately treats Muslim...

There’s a lot of talk these days among pundits that Mitt Romney has “lost his general election narrative.” We’re told he is “suddenly headed for the...

Proving once again how fluid the GOP race is, Mitt Romney is now leading Rick Santorum by 16 percent nationally, according to Rasmussen. Just two...

There are two interesting polls from Gallup today worth highlighting. The first shows that by 53 percent to 45 percent, Republicans, including independents who lean Republican, are...

On Tuesday, I discussed the principled decision of the Robert M. Beren Academy, a Jewish Day School in Houston, to forego a chance to win...

I wrote earlier this week about the reaction of a representative of Americans for Peace Now about the Arab League’s conference on Jerusalem. The Israel-bashing...

This is my second post on this topic, wherein is a discussion on why survey wording matters. The last post dealt with the "Obama is quantitatively...

A new poll [PPT] shows: (a) that Israelis oppose a strike on Iran unless it has American backing, which is being spun as showing that...

The final tally was 51 to 48, on a motion to table an amendment that would allow employers to opt out of an ObamaCare rule...

Andrew Breitbart was a revolutionary, and I mean that almost literally. He was one of the few people who seemed to understand in his marrow...

I get that Michigan was a tight race, but come on now: "You can only look at Michigan and move it from a win for Mitt...