Post Archive

December 6, 2012

My colleague Danielle Pletka alerted me to this article, which truly is a rare good news story out of Pakistan: Rafiullah Kakar, 23, is all set...

On “Fox and Friends” this morning at 7 a.m. came the news that President Obama and Speaker Boehner had had a phone call last evening,...

In the movie “Groundhog Day,” in which Bill Murray’s character must relive the same day over and over again, he is overheard responding to someone...

If there is anything that the current situation in Egypt teaches, it is how hard it is to create a functioning liberal democracy after decades...

John reflected earlier on the possibility that as the next president of the Heritage Foundation, Jim DeMint might "stress the institution’s role in opposition, which is his...

Earlier this week, I wrote a post wondering whether J Street has increased its influence on the Hill after the November election. A good test,...

With tanks deployed in the streets of Cairo, following clashes that have left at least half a dozen people dead, it is obvious that the...

Michael Rubin’s incisive post on the apparent exclusion of Israel from another meeting of the Global Counterterrorism Forum (GCTF) identifies a significant effect of U.S. acquiescence...

The rumors that President Obama might nominate Chuck Hagel for secretary of defense have been swirling for a while, but this Reuters story is the...

Although the Occupy Wall Street protest movement often shunned both organization and the formation of a coherent set of principles and demands, its antipathy to...

The big news in conservative circles today is that Jim DeMint will be leaving the Senate to run the Heritage Foundation, built from scratch by...

I heard from a couple of prominent conservatives yesterday who mentioned to me the pessimism, and even depression, they sense among conservatives throughout the land....