Post Archive

January 2, 2013

Israel and its supporters have spent most of the weeks since the conclusion of the latest round of fighting with Hamas pointing to the great...

John Boehner isn’t resigning from his position as House speaker--despite dubious Internet rumors to the contrary--but there is clearly a campaign to try to push...

There is something almost charming about the left’s habit of using childish name-calling in the service of declaring their political opponents to be intellectually unserious....

Last week local papers in New York City were captivated by yet another senseless killing. A 46-year old Indian immigrant, Sunando Sen, was pushed onto...

Chief Justice John Roberts's decision to uphold the constitutionality of ObamaCare ended the discussion about the president's signature health care legislation as far as most...

This isn’t like most of the other Chuck Hagel endorsements, which have hurt him more than they’ve helped him. Ambassador Ryan Crocker’s support is actually...

Writing in the Jerusalem Post this week, public relations expert Laura Kam argued that the ongoing controversy over Women of the Wall is particularly harmful...

It did not escape the notice of political observers that some of the leading candidates for the 2016 Republican presidential nomination came down on opposite...

This is ones of the best media stories so far to highlight the hypocrisy of the anti-Second Amendment crowd. After publishing the names of pistol...

In April 2008, during the Democratic primary season, Barack Obama criticized John McCain for seeming to favor economic policies of the Bush administration that McCain...

House Majority Leader Eric Cantor broke with Speaker John Boehner on the fiscal cliff deal vote yesterday, fueling speculation that he may challenge Boehner in...

The deal to avoid going over the so-called fiscal cliff was a lousy one: tax rate increases during a weak economy, no spending reductions, nothing...