Post Archive

June 3, 2013

The big kerfuffle of the day concerns the attack on Representative Darrell Issa by presidential political advisor David Plouffe. In order to deflect attention away...

Among the lousiest attempted explanations for the IRS’s organized political targeting of conservatives is that it wasn’t really organized, political, or targeted. Former Obama advisor...

Barry Rubin notes that the appointment of Ram Hamdullah as the new PA “prime minister” (an unintentionally funny designation, since the Palestinians lack a working...

Among the general public the only "Gary Anderson" who achieves any name recognition is probably the former NFL placekicker who had a remarkable, perfect season...

Many in the West have been in denial about the demise of the one genuine moderate in Palestinian politics. But it’s no longer possible to...

Liberals and Democrats have been doing their best to stonewall calls for Attorney General Eric Holder’s resignation, but apparently some of those serving in the...

My former Reagan administration colleague Laura Ingraham is unhappy with me. In a post on her website, Ingraham is livid that I criticized longtime conservative...

The sad news out of New Jersey today is that longtime Senator Frank Lautenberg has died at the age of 89 of complications from viral...

Secretary of State John Kerry is still trying to restart Israeli-Palestinian talks, with another visit to the region expected “within days,” according to Jordan’s foreign...

Today we’re happy to welcome a new Web magazine to the spectrum of Jewish opinion and letters: Mosaic. Readers of Mosaicmagazine.com, which marks its debut...

The liberal line about the IRS and other administration scandals in the last week has been that even if there was some low-level wrongdoing, an...

Last month, I wrote about how much money the United States has wasted in Iraq and Afghanistan—not in terms of the military mission, which I...