Post Archive

June 2013

Republicans, candidates and the party alike, have a serious problem with young voters. The national party has conducted extensive research into how to solve the...

Count me among those who think one obvious response to the IRS scandal is tax reform. The IRS and its few defenders have, even if...

The approval by the Senate yesterday of the immigration reform bill is, as most observers are rightly noting, less a victory for its advocates than...

Secretary of State John Kerry is back in Israel today for another bout of what some wags are calling “couples therapy” for Prime Minister Benjamin...

The decision last year by the U.S. Supreme Court to deem ObamaCare constitutional was a blow to opponents of the president’s signature health care legislation,...

As elated as mainstream journalists were when Chief Justice John Roberts decided to cave to political pressure and uphold ObamaCare, it posed a challenge to...

Republicans seem to truly have a death wish. They know that they have lost the last two presidential elections in no small part because they...

Today’s Israel Hayom has an important article about an Israeli Greek Orthodox priest that every Christian in the West should read. Father Gabriel Nadaf and...

The Senate's passage of the immigration-reform bill is a landmark moment ... in the history of cynicism, I'm afraid. The bill will now go to...

In 2009, the Royal Islamic Strategic Studies Center named Sheikh Abdullah Bin Bayyah as one of the 500 most influential Muslims in the world. The...

Earlier this month I posted a piece on why I thought long-time conservative activist Phyllis Schlafly was wrong to write off the Hispanic vote. Ms....

Egypt appears to be on the brink of chaos this week but the best advice America’s ambassador has for an embattled religious minority in the...