Post Archive

February 26, 2013

With the sequester all but certain to go into effect at the end of the month, the only suspense associated with the topic is whether...

Viewers of this year’s Oscars ceremony who were unfamiliar with the work of Seth MacFarlane were probably shocked or even offended by some of the...

Yesterday, Jonathan mentioned the money-in-politics hypocrisy of President Obama and his supporters on the left, as the president announced ramped-up efforts to sell access to...

CPAC, the Conservative Political Action Conference, has been making news with its proposed agenda and sponsors list for its upcoming conference next month. Unfortunately for...

The firing of a single rocket from Gaza today is easy to dismiss as just an isolated incident unworthy of much notice. The rocket was...

What to make of news that the Saudis are providing Croatian surplus arms to the Syrian rebels? It sounds, at first blush, like a throwback to...

Exactly 20 years ago on this date, a terrorist attack at the World Trade Center took the lives of six people and injured more than...

Conservatives dislike it when politicians on the right are told to be more like Democrats. And they are usually just as suspicious when the political...

Iran and the West are participating in a new round of talks this week in Kazakhstan over Iran’s nuclear program. The odds of a breakthrough?...

In recent months, a new consensus has emerged: For the first time in millennia, Judaism has lost its title as the world’s most persecuted religion;...

In his piece about the Academy Awards, the New Yorker’s David Denby wrote this: I can’t give up my feeling that people are approving of their own tears...