Post Archive

October 26, 2012

It already looks like the media spin on Romney’s economic speech is going to be “he didn’t give any specifics!” No surprise — this was...

One of the sidebars to the story about the passage of the voter ID law in Pennsylvania was the fact that most of the state’s...

Earlier today I wrote about the baffling failure to call in the U.S. military to rescue our diplomats besieged in Benghazi. That failure becomes even...

The latest poll in the Pennsylvania Senate race is the sort of result that makes political observers sit up and take notice. The Rasmussen poll...

It is a commonplace that Mitt Romney is a much improved candidate since he began his quest for the presidency back in 2007. He did...

One of the reasons the BDS (Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions) movement has had trouble gaining adherents is that everyone knew the movement would never just...

If you watch the show "Girls," you know writer Lena Dunham is an expert at creating painfully awkward but still compelling scenes. This ad she...

The Commerce Department this morning gave a reading on the third-quarter 2012 Gross Domestic Product—the sum of goods and services produced in the United States....

The New York Times has been enjoying the confusion it sowed in Washington, Jerusalem and Tehran when it published a story last weekend about an...

As Jonathan wrote earlier, Charles Woods, father of the former SEAL Tyrone Woods, is questioning why the Obama administration did not respond with military force...

The father of Tyrone Woods, the ex-Navy SEAL who died while trying to defend Ambassador Chris Stevens in the terrorist attack on the U.S. consulate...

Jacques Barzun, the great cultural historian whose writing career spanned more than six decades, has died in San Antonio at the age of 104. A...