Post Archive

April 2013

Barack Obama is once again learning the hard way that governing is harder than campaigning. And America is once again learning that Mr. Obama is...

“Americans are exhibiting an isolationist streak,” the New York Times reports, one sentence before thoroughly refuting its own claim. That’s the way the Times opens...

I was at a banking conference in Dallas over the weekend, and among the speakers was Harvey Rosenblum, the vice president and director of research at...

Today’s violence in Israel and the Palestinian territories contains some uncomfortable truths for Israel’s detractors, but also serves as a helpful microcosm of the larger...

For those who like to blame Israel for every aspect of American involvement in the Middle East, the debate about Syria must be frustrating. Despite...

Earlier this month the New York Times ran a feature on the newest discipline to come to college campuses: capitalism. Major universities in the United...

Attorney General Eric Holder left out an important detail from his speech today in which he scolded Americans about not repeating their alleged bias toward...

If you listen to some Democrats, you’ll walk away thinking the race for their presidential nomination in 2016 will be about as exciting as a...

In Today’s National Post, Sara Akrami and Saeed Ghasseminejad highlight the challenge of Western sanctions policy--those in charge in Tehran are still largely getting away...

Let me see if I've got this straight: U.S. intelligence agencies are reported by the Los Angeles Times to be in agreement "that Syrians have been exposed...

Salman Rushdie had quite the megaphone this weekend: the New York Times Sunday Review op-ed section and its 1,200-word space from which to preach. And...

Riding a wave of media-driven indignation and fueled by polls that showed broad popular support for background checks, gun control advocates are claiming they won’t...