Post Archive

January 7, 2013

The liberal bias of the mainstream media played a not inconsiderable role in helping Barack Obama skate to what turned out to be an easy...

I admire former Mayor Ed Koch’s willingness to break with his own party on issues of principle, but his comments to the Algemeiner today are...

President Obama made it clear he wasn’t going to be satisfied with the tax increase on upper income earners that he forced on Congress during...

For New Jersey Republicans, one of the disappointing aspects of Chris Christie’s first term as governor has been the lack of intrastate coattails. Christie has...

Gerard Depardieu is a great actor. He is also, like many showbiz types, a political naif. He had earned a fair amount of sympathy--and caused considerable...

The Atlantic's Jeffrey Goldberg homed in on an interesting aspect of the fight over President Obama’s nomination of Chuck Hagel to be secretary of defense...

President Obama’s choices of John Kerry, Chuck Hagel, and John Brennan to lead respectively the State Department, Pentagon, and Central Intelligence Agency confirm that Obama...

There's something about North Korea that gives liberal idealists amnesia. They're quick to believe that change is afoot, too willing to overlook the evidence that...

The Hill reports that the defense industry is anxious the fiscal cliff tax deal may increase the likelihood of Pentagon cuts: The defense industry is worried...

The protests which erupted in the Al-Anbar governorate after the December 21 arrest of 10 of Finance Minister Rafi al-Issawi’s bodyguards on terrorism allegations have...

Much of the controversy over the nomination of Chuck Hagel has focused on his views on Israel and Iran. I'm more worried, at least in...

The National Jewish Democratic Council has been notably quiet on the defense secretary nomination debate so far. Now that it’s clear Chuck Hagel’s the choice,...