Post Archive

April 2, 2012

In his Weekly Standard cover story on Allan Bloom's book "The Closing of the American Mind" 25 years later, Andrew Ferguson writes of Bloom, "As...

The recent political history of New York City would suggest that Bill Thompson, the former city comptroller, should be in pole position heading into the...

During remarks in Portland, Maine, on Friday, President Obama said, "We won't win the race for new jobs and new businesses and middle-class security if...

While President Obama hugs Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan and solicits advice from the Islamist premier on how to raise daughters, fundamental change is...

An observer of the Jews of the United States will find no shortage of reasons to be depressed. But the language of an introductory address...

Public Policy Polling shows Mitt Romney with a healthy lead over Rick Santorum in Wisconsin and a very strong lead in Maryland, heading into the...

Five years ago this coming Wednesday, House Majority leader Nancy Pelosi defied President Bush’s request and his strategy isolating Syrian leader Bashar al-Assad by going...

There are few if any Afghanistan experts I respect more than Sarah Chayes. A former NPR reporter, she came to Afghanistan after the fall of...

Last week, President Obama won fulsome praise from outgoing Russian President Medvedev, this after the Obama administration spent four years ignoring how the Russians were...

Between now and the Supreme Court’s ruling on Obamacare in June, we’re sure to see a lot of these attacks on the supposedly activist conservative...

“Where are the women?” Rep. Carolyn Maloney demanded of five clergymen who appeared before a House Oversight and Government Reform Committee hearing on the Obama...

Under the category of "better late than never" (but just barely): An international "Friends of Syria" group of nations agreed in Istanbul to step up...