Post Archive

May 13, 2013

Many in the liberal mainstream press have long regarded complaints about the growth of government power to be the preserve of wacky right-wingers who fear...

We can all breathe a little easier this evening knowing that justice triumphed at the trial of Kermit Gosnell. A Philadelphia jury found the abortionist...

After first defending its decision to honor two members of the Hamas terrorist organization, the Newseum--a museum dedicated to the media, located in Washington D.C.--seems...

An addendum, if I may, to Peter’s excellent dissection of the New York Times editorial page and Jonathan’s equally excellent dissection of the Times’s journalistically...

The dramatic testimony of Gregory Hicks, former U.S. deputy chief of mission in Libya, has shone the media spotlight on what happened in Benghazi on...

President Obama faced the press briefly today in a joint press conference with British Prime Minister David Cameron. He got out in front of the...

Regardless of where the investigation into the IRS’s enormous abuse of power leads, the scandal is already a headache for the Obama administration--and the Democratic...

The fact that 60 percent of Pakistanis voted in parliamentary elections, thereby defying Pakistani Taliban intimidation, is a good sign. So is the likelihood that...

On March 21, 2013, after years of armed struggle, Abdullah Öcalan—Turkey’s imprisoned Kurdish leader—accepted a peace deal proffered by Turkey’s Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdoğan....

The Obama administration's stand-on-the-sidelines policy in Syria has been premised on the assumption that it was only a matter of time before Bashar Assad's downfall--his...

I rarely read editorials by the New York Times anymore, not because they’re liberal (Michael Kinsley is liberal and worth reading) but because they’re banal....

For anyone wondering what liberal elites really think about the IRS scandal, the front page of today’s New York Times gave us the answer. After...