Post Archive

March 5, 2012

Much of the attention devoted to U.S.-Israel diplomacy in recent months has been on whether the United States will seek to prevent the Jewish state...

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s hawkish and exceptional speech at AIPAC tonight will no doubt set off days of speculation about whether or not he’s...

Rep. Nancy Pelosi’s speech at AIPAC tonight was as tough as it gets coming from her: she rejected containment of Iran’s nuclear program, reiterated that...

In a clear contrast to President Obama’s speech yesterday, Sen. Mitch McConnell gave a hard-hitting speech to AIPAC tonight, promising to use the tools at...

As James Taranto notes in his Best of the Web column in today’s Wall Street Journal, the left is crowing today about putting Rush Limbaugh...

The last few weeks haven’t been banner ones for political discourse in America. Representative Maxine Waters recently referred to Representatives John Boehner and Eric Cantor...

Robert Samuelson has a typically excellent column in the Washington Post today where he points out the dangers of looming sequestration--the requirement, enacted by Congress...

If both the White House and the entourage of the prime minister of Israel are smart, they’ll keep a tight lid on accounts of the...

The Emergency Committee for Israel has published the full version of its documentary Daylight, chronicling what happened after candidate Obama, who used to reference the...

If you are to read only one article on where Iraq stands today, I heartily recommend this Foreign Affairs essay, "The Iraq We Left Behind:...

You can say this about President Obama’s fans in the media: They can be a humorless bunch, but that doesn’t stop them from providing moments...

President Obama and Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu spoke briefly to the press before their meeting at the White House today. The points they each...