Post Archive

February 1, 2013

To listen to the arguments put forward by Harvard students to create what they call an “open Hillel,” their fight with the national Hillel group...

While I favor a (difficult but achievable) path to legal status and citizenship for illegal immigrants in America, it also seems to me to be...

According to the Hurriyet Daily News: Security cameras were not recording at the moment of the blast due to a power outage in the area, according...

Last year’s Supreme Court decision declaring ObamaCare constitutional ensured that the massive expansion of government power would go forward, but it did not remove all...

Evelyn Gordon rightly highlights the unique treatment Israel receives at the United Nation's Human Rights Council (UNHRC), and she is right that Western governments should...

It hasn't been a good week in economic news. Earlier this week we learned that the GDP contracted. John Steele Gordon wrote at the time:...

This ought to have been a happy time for New Jersey Senator Robert Menendez. The Democrat who was re-elected easily last November is succeeding John...

One of the reasons conservatives and pro-immigration reform politicians worried President Obama would do something to scuttle a bipartisan compromise on the issue is that...

Well, another month, another mediocre jobs report. The economy added 157,000 jobs in January while the unemployment rate ticked up a notch to 7.9 percent. Those...

Last week, I noted that Turkey may soon find itself on the Financial Action Task Force’s black list alongside Iran and North Korea because of...

The UN Human Rights Council yesterday released a predictable report deeming Israeli settlements--including huge Jewish neighborhoods of Jerusalem--a “war crime” and demanding the evacuation of...

I wanted to second Jonathan’s analysis of yesterday’s testimony by former Senator Chuck Hagel, who is hoping to become America’s 24th secretary of defense.  It may be...