Post Archive

April 4, 2012

News about the Jews these days is dominated (for good reason) by negatives. Their homeland is threatened by an Islamist regime in Iran that openly...

John wrote yesterday in the New York Post about the “unerring liberal inability to accept the substance and merit of opposing arguments,” a phenomenon that...

How bad is the current political situation in Egypt? So bad, it appears, that the Obama administration actually believes it ought to throw its support...

It looks like Rick Santorum is committed to a slow death crawl to the Pennsylvania primary, but even if he manages to maintain his modest...

The Obama administration has spent the last few months furiously arguing that diplomacy backed up by tough sanctions is the only possible path to stop...

It's no secret, and it's no surprise, that liberal commentators have become enraged at the conservative members of the Supreme Court, who exposed the Patient...

David Ignatius has a good column today pointing out that Pakistan has a lot to answer for in its relationship with al-Qaeda. As he notes:...

Senate Democrats hoped to avoid voting on any controversial budget resolutions, claiming the debt ceiling deal last summer already deemed a budget for the next two...

Chalk it up to Ambassador Ryan Crocker and General John Allen--our dynamic duo in Kabul. They can get results even in the most unpromising circumstances. Recently,...

Who better understands the stakes of the vice presidential choice than Sen. John McCain, who still gets to see his own decision played out repeatedly...

After so many years of being wrong about the Palestinians being ready to make peace with Israel, it is difficult to take New York Times...

When I pulled up the home page of the liberal Israeli daily Haaretz this morning, I was greeted with a somewhat humorous sight. The top...