Post Archive

November 20, 2012

Last week I discussed the potential impact of Senator Rand Paul’s growing influence on the Republican Party. That prompted an exchange with the senator that...

The notion that Jewish opponents of Israel are self-hating or anti-Semitic is the kind of thing we are used to hearing from the right. But...

Reuters is reporting that the Swedish telecommunications company Ericsson is not only redoubling its commitment to work in the Islamic Republic, but may also be...

IsraellyCool reports on a video of pro-Palestinian activists protesting Israel’s Operation Pillar of Defense at Hebrew University in Jerusalem today. The denunciations of the Zionist...

President Obama has taken a good deal of flack over the past few years over his cozy relationships with some undesirable heads of state. There’s...

As Jonathan wrote earlier, New Jersey Governor Chris Christie’s reputation among Republicans in his home state has begun to diverge from his reputation among Republicans...

Last month I wrote about the letter signed by the leaders of a number of the most prominent Protestant denominations in the country asking Congress...

The U.S. blocked a one-sided UN Security Council statement today that called for an Israeli cease-fire but ignored rocket attacks from Hamas. In response, Russia...

Over my career, I've tended to resist press bashing. Part of the reason for that may be that there are plenty of journalists whose work...

Secretary of State Hillary Clinton is heading to the Middle East. The outgoing chief diplomat arrives just as a cease-fire may be about to take...

CBS reports that the Office of the Director of National Intelligence removed references to terrorism from the CIA talking points before distribution: CBS News has learned...

There was a fiery exchange at yesterday's State Department briefing between the department's spokeswoman, Victoria Nuland, and AP reporter Matthew Lee, over Turkish Prime Minister...