Post Archive

April 18, 2012

Shortly after first arriving in Washington, D.C., I had conversations with friends in which I made this observation: Assume that they and I hold completely...

“Food deserts” is a term that’s become associated with Michelle Obama’s anti-obesity campaign, and the theory holds that children in poorer neighborhoods are more likely...

This evening, Jews in Israel and around the world will mark Yom HaShoah, the day of remembrance of the Holocaust. For most, it will be...

Several Bahraini officials took me to task when I wrote this back at the beginning of February, and I was happily wrong: The February 14...

I like Mike Huckabee, but he’s gotten off to a bad start as a host of his own radio show. In an interview with Ted...

Senate Budget Committee Chairman Kent Conrad is often described as a fiscal hawk, but as he prepares to retire after 26 years in the Senate,...

“Stalinist” is how IBD describes a provision in the new transportation bill, which would give the IRS the power to revoke passport rights for individuals...

For some in the foreign policy establishment, the solution to all the problems of the world are as obvious as the noses on our faces....

In the contest for most enjoyable political Tumblr--essentially a photo blog conducive to snapshot satire--of the season, the stiffest competition faced by the runaway leader...

On November 4, 1979, Iranian students answering to Iran’s Supreme Leader Ruhollah Khomeini seized the U.S. embassy in Tehran and took 52 diplomats hostage for...

The Daily Caller’s Jim Treacher performed a public service yesterday when he wrote a blog post that may well remove the dog issue from the...

It finally looked like Senate Budget Committee Democrats were going to go ahead with a budget markup today, albeit a pointless one as Senate Majority...