Post Archive

June 2012

Following the Supreme Court's decision on ObamaCare, a degree of celebration was expected. Many in the pundit class have said the Court's decision could be the...

Many young American Jews, especially those who are educated at Orthodox schools, often spend a year in Israel between high school and college studying. Talia...

In today's New York Post, I speculate that Chief Justice John Roberts may have wanted us to see the illogic in his fascinatingly sophistic opinion...

Three rounds of the P5+1 nuclear talks with Iran have proven President Obama’s “window of diplomacy” a colossal failure. But Secretary of State Clinton as...

As expected, the House voted to hold Attorney General Eric Holder in contempt of Congress, largely along party lines, 255 to 67. Seventeen Democrats crossed...

The news today has been all health care, all the time. And understandably so. But amid the laser-like focus on the Supreme Court ruling  upholding...

When President Obama spoke in the aftermath of his victory at the Supreme Court, he never mentioned the word “tax.” The ruling that saved his...

“Don’t give them any ideas” may be one of the most overused phrases, but I think, despite its ubiquity, it sums up today’s Supreme Court...

For months, as liberals anticipated the Supreme Court would rule ObamaCare unconstitutional, there has been a constant drumbeat of criticism against what they assumed was...

The Associated Press (AP) has reported on three emails from 2011 that Attorney General Eric Holder showed members of Congress at a Tuesday meeting, during his last-ditch...

ObamaCare has lived to see another day. According to the Supreme Court ruling, the only substantial change is that the individual mandate is now considered...

That this morning's ObamaCare decision is disastrous should go without saying. The government's claim that the mandate is a tax should have been rejected as...