Post Archive

May 8, 2013

Democrats arrived at the House Oversight Committee’s hearing on the Benghazi terror attack determined to defend the reputation of the person that most believe will...

No one is seriously proposing sending large numbers of U.S. ground forces to Syria (military options are generally limited to the use of airpower and...

When the Heritage Foundation announced that the pathbreaking D.C. think tank had hired South Carolina Senator Jim DeMint to succeed its influential founder and president...

The constant refrain of Israel’s critics in the last few decades has been the need for the Jewish state to withdraw from every inch of...

There was much relief when, earlier today, a spokesman for Cambridge University in England released a statement denying that Stephen Hawking, the renowned British physicist,...

As I wrote on Monday, Republicans may live to regret Mark Sanford’s victory in the special election in South Carolina’s First Congressional District. The former...

I fully agree with Jonathan that the health of high public officials is very much the people’s business. But Chris Christie certainly has a large...

As Bethany has previously written, the problems with the new Internet sales tax, which passed the Senate this week, were depressingly obvious--even as the bill...

In the Daily Telegraph, Charles Moore has written a review of Jesse Norman’s new biography on the man Norman refers to as “the first conservative,” Edmund Burke (h/t...

Fans of Glenn Beck are complaining about what I wrote yesterday about his speech at the National Rifle Association convention, where he used a giant...