Post Archive

October 14, 2012

...featuring me, the great sitcom guru and all-around satirist Rob Long, and Jonah Goldberg, who needs no introduction. It's presented by Ricochet.com. Here's the link....

One of the more frustrating exchanges in the vice presidential debate this past week was the one about Afghanistan. Vice President Biden thinks he won...

The unfolding scandal about sexual abuse at the BBC can be viewed as yet another blow to the image of the media. The network’s suppression...

Last week as Mitt Romney’s post-debate surge first took hold, Democrats comforted themselves by pointing to swing state polls that showed President Obama still holding...

Deputy Assistant Secretary of State Charlene Lamb testified that on September 11, after the "full-scale assault" in Libya — "unprecedented in its size and intensity"...

It has been almost ten months since the last U.S. troops departed Iraq. Many Iraqis—including many in the Iraqi government—had hoped American forces would stay...

This may not be a big story in the West, but it is getting a lot of play on the Arabic satellite channels and here...

Amid the burgeoning controversy over what the administration--and who in the administration--knew what, when about Benghazi, Marc Thiessen raises an important point: "the more serious...

Last year, I criticized the Nobel Peace Prize award to Yemeni activist Tawakkul Karman. My objection rested not in Karman's track record as an opposition...