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January 29, 2013

Outgoing Secretary of State Hillary Clinton is doing a victory lap around the networks this week, taking bows and basking in the admiration of a...

One of the hallmarks of Israel's international critics is their tendency to blame Israel for all the bad things that happen when the Jewish state’s...

Recently in an interview with the liberal magazine the New Republic on "his enemies, the media and the future of football," President Obama took aim not just...

The fallout from the controversy over the publication by London’s Sunday Times of an anti-Semitic cartoon on Holocaust Memorial Day has generated a debate of...

Decades after the construction of city-sized gulags, it appears that the world's attention may finally be focusing on human rights abuses in North Korea. Predictably,...

The early indications are that President Obama may not seek to torpedo the bipartisan immigration reform proposal put forward yesterday by six U.S. senators. Having...

On January 10, 2007, then-Senator Barack Obama explained his opposition to the Iraq surge of additional troops by making a prediction: "I am not persuaded...

I recently read a splendid book by Harry Clor, On Moderation: Defending an Ancient Virtue in a Modern World, whose purpose is to “articulate a...