Post Archive

April 10, 2012

The White House appears to be digging in its heels against any further aid to the Syrian rebels beyond the provision of communications equipment. It...

While support for Israel remains strong among most Americans and their representatives in Congress, American college campuses have become a hotbed of anti-Zionist propaganda that...

Rick Santorum may have sounded like a man who was determined to fight Mitt Romney to the bitter end last week. But that defiant tone...

A new study by Chuck Blahous, public trustee for Medicare and Social Security, blows to smithereens the claim that the Affordable Care Act (aka ObamaCare)...

We don’t often have occasion to say anything complimentary about Democratic National Committee Chair Debbie Wasserman Schultz. In her designated role as President Obama’s attack...

The Western optimism about the imminent fall of the Assad regime in Syria voiced so frequently throughout much of the last year is starting to...

In 2010, New Jersey Governor Chris Christie announced he was canceling a proposed public transportation project that would have constructed a new train tunnel under...

Steve Hayward over at Power Line has an interesting quote from Franklin Roosevelt: The lessons of history, confirmed by the evidence immediately before me, show conclusively...

I join my Council on Foreign Relations colleague Elliott Abrams and my Contentions colleague Jonathan Tobin in expressing reservations about whether the U.S. government really...

Today’s Washington Post-ABC News Poll is being touted by Democrats as a key moment in the 2012 election because for the first time, President Obama is...

Should we be concerned that the new agreement reached by the U.S. and Afghanistan over the conduct of "night raids" will hamper the ability of...