Post Archive

March 8, 2012

The Department of Labor releases the unemployment figures tomorrow morning. But here is a noteworthy economic finding. Unemployment, as measured by Gallup without seasonal adjustment, increased...

As the world debates what it, if anything, the West and Israel will do about the threat of an Iranian nuclear weapon, there has been...

The primary defeat of an incumbent Republican member of Congress on Tuesday in Ohio has provoked some cries of dismay from the media and other...

There is something perverse and a little bit circular about the administration argument that we can’t help the Syrian opposition until they get better organized....

Jonathan makes a persuasive case that Newt Gingrich will stick around for the long haul, but in the event that the former speaker does decide...

For the sake of the argument, let’s concede many of the points made by critics of Mitt Romney. Still, the tenor of the coverage of...

The much-hyped Andrew Breitbart video of President Obama’s college days we’ve been hearing about didn’t live up to all the talk. It shows Obama embracing...

In the wake of the Super Tuesday results that saw Newt Gingrich get beaten badly in every state but Georgia, more conservatives are talking about...

Just yesterday, President Obama promised he was going to do whatever he could to speed up pipeline construction, and now it turns out he’s quietly...

It’s worth wondering whether the non-controversy over the decision by an Israeli Supreme Court justice to not sing "Hatikvah," Israel’s national anthem, last week is...

My American Enterprise Institute colleague Ahmad Majidyar is a one-man encyclopedia of all things Afghanistan and Pakistan, and probably the best Afghan analyst I have...

As the father of three children, and having been a young boy once myself, I know the enormous influence athletes can have in their lives and...