Post Archive

June 18, 2012

The ability of the federal government to put an individual in peril of the law is virtually unlimited. Congress can force a celebrity to testify...

Earlier this month, the Pew Research Center for the People & the Press released a new report measuring the values and basic beliefs of the...

For those who assume the post-Citizens United world of campaign spending means elections can be bought, the Ohio Senate race is a classic example of a...

No surprise here, as killing Sen. Marco Rubio’s proposed DREAM Act was exactly the point of Obama’s announcement on Friday. But it certainly is interesting that...

Josh Nathan-Kazis of the Forward brings to our attention a Siena College poll of New York voters that adds a little more fuel to the...

"Taliban to Kids: Drop Dead." That would be the headline in the NY Daily News or some other tabloid. The New York Times has a more staid...

The Boston Herald reports on the looming showdown between angry Cherokee activists and Elizabeth Warren (h/t Legal Insurrection): Four outraged Cherokee activists who say Elizabeth Warren’s...

Egypt has had quite a wild ride since the Tahrir Square protests ousted longtime strongman Hosni Mubarak in February 2011. Ever since, the carousel of...

The P5+1 talks resumed today in Moscow, and the only news filtering out of the negotiations is that Iran has been even more insistent than...

An op-ed piece in USA Today appears under the almost satirical headline "Iranian nukes? No worries." It advises, "A nuclear-armed Iran would probably be the best...

We’ll probably have to wait at least another week to hear the Supreme Court’s ruling on ObamaCare and the individual mandate, but there’s always more...

The wait for the Supreme Court to release its decision on the constitutionality of ObamaCare is fraying the nerves of the chattering classes as they...