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April 3, 2013

In 2013, the term “radical chic” is a cultural reference so dated that it is more or less the moral equivalent of someone mouthing the...

For decades, one of the standard jokes of the Jewish world was how it was that Moses had led the Children of Israel to what...

Humorlessness and self-seriousness can be a difficult combination of traits for a national politician to overcome. But Barack Obama managed to do so in part...

While I ask that with tongue in cheek, the question really is not so far-fetched, according to the latest report from the inestimable Palestinian Media...

Incentives remain at the core of the negotiating strategy which the United States and its allies have toward the Islamic Republic of Iran and its...

Lest anyone need a reminder of just who was on the Mavi Marmara, the Turkish ship which Israel lawfully stopped in international waters as it...

One of the great clichés of literature is Leo Tolstoy’s assertion in Anna Karenina that all happy families are alike but all unhappy families are...

Remember the 1928 Kellogg-Briand Pact--a crowning achievement of the Coolidge administration--which purported to ban the use of war to settle international disputes? Clearly the United...

From day one of his first term, President Obama has made outreach to Iran a central pillar of his foreign policy. He spoke of reconciliation...

This week marks the opening of another baseball season, the long wait ’til this year finally over for the 29 teams that didn’t win the World...

On September 11 of last year, as the attacks on the American missions in Benghazi and Cairo developed, the New York Times led with a...

When I wrote yesterday about the growing unemployment in Europe, I noted that manufacturing in Europe was in real trouble, having been losing jobs every...