Post Archive

April 17, 2012

In an interview with New York’s Jason Zengerle, Representative Barney Frank said this: It seems like you’re leaving in large part because of this dysfunctional atmosphere. I’m...

Democrats weren’t long in trying to blame Mitt Romney for the over-the-top denunciation of President Obama by singer Ted Nugent. Nugent told an audience at...

The prize for least convincing op-ed article of the day--admittedly a close contest, given all the contenders one can choose from--goes to Kwasi Kwarteng's New...

Critics of Israel’s decision to exchange 1,000 Palestinian prisoners for kidnapped soldier Gilad Shalit predicted it would happen. And they were right. Israel’s Shin Bet...

One of the most under-reported aspects of the Iranian nuclear program is its environmental impact. The entirety of Iran is one big earthquake zone; there...

Let’s take a brief interlude from the very fake war on women in the U.S. for some disturbing news about an actual war on women...

On July 25, 1990, April Glaspie, a career foreign service officer and ambassador to Iraq, made what in hindsight was one of the biggest gaffes...

The standard cliché of Middle East reporting is the notion of Israeli mistreatment of the Palestinians. But as anyone with even a minimal grasp of...

Adam Kredo at the Washington Free Beacon reports on speculation that the Obama administration might consider CNN talk show host Fareed Zakaria for a senior...

President Obama has been decrying “the way Congress does its business these days” and promising to act “with or without this Congress,” so fed up...

Anders Breivik, the man accused of murdering 77 people in Norway, testified yesterday before a five-judge panel which will decide whether he’s guilty and whether...

The decision by Democrats and their union allies to try and defeat Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker via recall is increasingly looking like a bad bet....