Post Archive

June 26, 2012

Prediction is a loser’s game. But if one were to guess the Jewish happening of the moment in the United States of greatest future consequence...

At Tablet, Zack Beauchamp wonders whether Democrats are overreacting about former Black Panther Charles Barron’s chance of winning the Brooklyn primary race against the more moderate...

One of the observations that unites the Middle East commentariat--right, left, and center--is that the Obama administration’s obsession with Israeli settlements has been counterproductive to...

I must respectfully disagree with Max’s wait-and-watch take on an Egypt ruled by Mohammed Morsi. One certainly wants to see a democratic Egypt. And it...

According to the political analyst Charles Cook: We are past the point where Obama can win a referendum election, regardless of whether it is on him or...

The Washington Post’s Chris Cilizza writes today that the attempt by House Republicans to charge Attorney General Eric Holder with contempt of Congress for stonewalling...

Sen. Scott Brown and Elizabeth Warren have been locked in a dead-heat for months, despite the national attention on Warren’s Cherokee heritage controversy. But that...

In a ruling that will affect Muslims as much as Jews, a district court in Cologne, Germany, has ruled that circumcision is illegal. The case,...

I'm with the always-sagacious Fouad Ajami: He argues in the Wall Street Journal that the new Muslim Brotherhood president of Egypt, Mohammed Morsi, ought to be...

Earlier this month, after the announcement of Vladimir Putin’s planned trip to Israel, Jonathan wrote that the visit made a point about Israel’s legitimacy among...

Via the Daily Caller, House Oversight Committee Chair Darrell Issa sent a letter to the White House this morning directly challenging its use of executive...

In an election that all polls show to be a tossup, the focus on the battleground states that will decide the race between President Obama...