Post Archive

May 29, 2013

Those who look at Israel only through the prism of the conflict with the Palestinians have been paying more attention to Secretary of State John...

The November 7, 2008 broadcast of PBS's Charlie Rose featured a conversation with David Remnick of the New Yorker and historians Alan Brinkley and Michael...

Mainstream Jewish groups are more or less united in their opposition to those who advocate the boycott of Israel. But the question of how to...

There are two ways to look at the practical political effects of Chris Christie’s embrace of Barack Obama at the Jersey Shore yesterday. Both can...

President Obama has shown a remarkable ability to tune out the media as well as public opinion when it suits him. That should stand Attorney...

The Washington Post has an interesting story today on the absence of the “liberal hawks” in the debate over intervention in the Syrian civil war....

A Wall Street Journal editorial notes the Obama administration gave special scrutiny to the tax-exempt status of certain pro-Israel organizations and cites a front-page, 5,000...

There was a moment two years ago when Representative Michele Bachmann looked like she had a realistic chance to be a first-tier Republican presidential candidate....

The housing market, which was the epicenter of the recession that began in 2007, is bouncing back. The Wall Street Journal reports that housing prices...

On my Twitter feed one morning last week, this story made the rounds. One-third of Millennials (aged 22-32) regret having gone to college. We can...

In a sign of how little has changed since President Obama's much-ballyhooed speech last week on counter-terrorism, the latest news is that a suspected U.S....

As I noted yesterday, many world leaders seem to be stuck in a time warp, in which any new information that contradicts paradigms conceived decades...