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October 19, 2012

Two years ago, intellectuals went into an uproar when the state of Israel barred linguist Noam Chomsky from entering the West Bank. Leftists howled when...

Last night while appearing on the Jon Stewart's The Daily Show, President Obama should have considered how to phrase his feelings on the deaths of four...

One year ago, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu swallowed hard and made a decision that most Israelis understood was unpalatable but necessary: trading 1,027 imprisoned...

In September, after the first Senate debate between Massachusetts Republican Scott Brown and his liberal challenger Elizabeth Warren, I criticized Warren’s decision to nationalize the...

Are you safer now than you were four years ago? That’s the most important question that needs to be answered in Monday night’s foreign policy...

Within the United States, conventional wisdom relates that Iraq is now a puppet of Iran. There is real reason for concern, and I won’t be...

New York Times blogger and statistical analyst Nate Silver did his usual thorough job yesterday explaining why he’s not taking Mitt Romney’s strong performances in...

Both parties agreed upon the terms and rules for the presidential debates. But right now, the Obama campaign has to be kicking itself for going...

We’re on Day Four of “bindergate,” and what started as a kind-of-funny Twitter meme has turned into a horribly long and boring lecture by feminists...

With the presidential election just two and a half weeks away, it’s no surprise that President Obama is now solely focused on turning out his...

There is something that I don't get about opponents of greater American action in Syria, such as the freelance reporter Benjamin Hall, who was recently...

Mitt Romney was hilarious at the Al Smith Dinner in New York last night, unexpectedly (so I think), as he doesn’t have a reputation for...