Post Archive

June 4, 2012

In a recent interview with Rolling Stone magazine, the president was asked about the tone and tenor of the debate that’s going to take place...

When OPEC meets later this month for its ministers’ summit, price-hawk Iran will confront a new reality – for the first time since the beginning...

I have written here before to highlight the work of my colleague Sadanand Dhume, who has also penned this important piece for COMMENTARY a few...

Christopher Buckley, They Eat Puppies, Don’t They? (New York: Twelve, 2012). 352 pages. $25.99. “They happened to get lucky — real lucky — with their timing,”...

A poll conducted by the liberal Workmen’s Circle and published last week should reassure liberals that their views still predominate in the Jewish community, but...

It’s difficult not to feel some sympathy for Michael McFaul. He is extraordinarily qualified for his job--perhaps among the most qualified American ambassadors to any...

When four Jews were killed in an apparent terrorist attack in Toulouse, France, in March, interest in the story quickly evaporated when the shooter turned...

Jason Zengerie has written a sweeping profile of Peter Beinart at New York Magazine today. Before you read it, here are the two quotes that...

During the last few days, I’ve been highlighting the undeniable social changes Turkey’s Islamist government is imposing. The situation is fast going from bad to...

What does Sarah Palin have in common with the Muslim Brotherhood? The answer to that question is, of course, absolutely nothing. But don’t tell myriad...

After trying and failing to pin the Solyndra debacle on the Bush administration, the left is trying another dubious spread-the-guilt tactic. Think Progress breathlessly reports...

The Stuxnet virus, which caused Iranian centrifuges to malfunction and which became public in 2010, attracted worldwide publicity. It was always assumed by those in...