Post Archive

January 18, 2013

As I noted in parts one and two of this post, there are good reasons to believe that tension between President Obama and Israeli Prime...

Paul Krugman is in a channeling frenzy in today’s column, entitled “The Dwindling Deficit.” His inner Alfred E. Neuman says, ‘What, me worry?”: The budget deficit...

As I wrote in part one of this post the all but certain prospect that Benjamin Netanyahu will be re-elected prime minister of Israel next...

I thought I might be breaking a little news this afternoon, but others beat me to it yesterday. For those who haven’t heard, today is my...

The final polls before Israel’s election were published today and the results will provide little comfort to Benjamin Netanyahu’s many critics in the United States....

On the heels of reports that the American Future Fund is launching an anti-Hagel ad campaign, another conservative group has announced it will also run...

The top news out of the House Republican retreat in Williamsburg, Virginia is that the party is considering a short-term extension of the debt limit...

Reports out of Algeria are still sketchy but it appears that Algerian security forces attacked the Islamist group holding hostages at a gas plant near...