Post Archive

December 12, 2012

Israel’s current government, led by Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, has never shied away from engaging its critics abroad, as is evident by the numerous op-eds...

Yesterday, Max Boot criticized the Obama administration for the timing of the designation of the Al Nusra Front as a terrorist group. Timing and coherence...

Last week, I lauded Rafiullah Kakar, Baluchistan’s first Rhodes Scholar in 40 years, and argued that his trajectory shows the value of offering deserving students...

Via Politico’s Alexander Burns, the latest poll from right-leaning pollster Resurgent Republic found that the GOP has some serious image problems with Hispanic voters: • Hispanic...

Another day, another bad "fiscal cliff" poll for the GOP. Bloomberg finds that nearly half of Republicans agree that the presidential election has given Obama...

Last week, Seth wrote an excellent post on the irreconcilability of European and Israeli visions for a two-state solution. What’s far more worrying, however, is...

The New York Times has an amusing article today about how Madeleine Albright, Wesley Clark, and other former Clinton administration officials and generals are trying...

The extent to which George McGovern, who died in late October, was identified with American liberalism itself can be seen in headlines of his various...

This is why it’s absurd when people bemoan the insularity of the conservative media, as if this is a phenomenon found exclusively on the right....

Yesterday I discussed the devolution of union protests in Michigan into violence. Soon after that post, the "reported" violence against a conservative activist was confirmed...

Yesterday a landmark event happened in Michigan. The Wolverine State--which is not simply home of the United Auto Workers but in many respects is the...