Post Archive

March 1, 2013

The New Criterion and PJ Media might have to retire their Walter Duranty Prize named after the infamous New York Times correspondent who whitewashed Joseph...

The saddest thing about American diplomacy in the age of Obama is that the State Department does not know when the Islamic Republic is laughing...

Last week, Afghan President Hamid Karzai ordered U.S. Special Forces to leave Wardak Province following reports—rejected by U.S. forces—that they were involved in the disappearance...

Governor Rick Snyder of Michigan announced today that he will be appointing an emergency manager to oversee Detroit, which is bankrupt in every way but...

The Almaty talks between Iran and the G5+1 have come and gone. And, despite statements to the contrary by American officials, there is no reason...

According to JTA, the Israeli Embassy in Washington hosted the new Congressional Hellenic Caucus: WASHINGTON (JTA) -- The Israeli ambassador in Washington hosted the launching of a...

Secretary of State John Kerry's announcement that the U.S. was sending $60 million in nonlethal assistance to the Syrian rebels was not exactly welcomed by...

I have a column in TIME magazine in which I describe the three different camps Republicans have broken into in the aftermath of the 2012...

The administration’s main talking point in the debate about the sequester has been that a “balanced” deal is being stymied by a band of ruthless...

For the first time in at least a decade, the world is talking about former basketball star Dennis Rodman. The former Chicago Bull, known for...

There’s been a lot of attention to the battle between the White House and Bob Woodward, but this article by National Journal’s Ron Fournier, on...