Post Archive

July 20, 2012

The events of  recent weeks in Syria have finally made some of the optimistic predictions about the fall of the Assad regime coming out of...

On the massacre that occurred in Aurora, Colorado, earlier this morning, the most obvious thing to say is that the lives of the families and...

White House officials held a day-long meeting yesterday with the National Iranian American Council, a group that advocates for policies supported by the Iranian regime,...

It is a fact of political life that the 2012 presidential election will not turn on foreign policy. Unless something terrible happens between now and...

The heated debate about whether Ann Romney said “you people” during an interview yesterday (she didn’t) was an example of the sillier controversies that tend to...

The central pillar of the rebuttal to complaints about American defense spending compared to that of the rest of the world is the fact that...

I’ve been reluctant to comment on Anna Breslaw’s outrageous essay at Tablet last Friday, which declared that the European Jews who survived Hitler’s war against...

President Obama’s outsourcing talking points have been silly and intellectually dishonest even by the standards of political rhetoric, which is saying something. Bain Capital isn’t...

The nation is united this morning in shock and horror after a gunman’s attack on a crowded movie theater in Aurora, Colorado, that left 12 persons...

If you missed Thursday’s Wall Street Journal editorial on defense sequestration, go back and read it. It’s as powerful a case as I’ve seen about...

Checking for context before slamming someone for a single line in a speech is always a noble endeavor. But there’s a point when the “benefit...

Hezbollah's alleged role in carrying out the Burgas bombing shows how dangerous the organization remains. Not for nothing did the former American defense official Rich...