Post Archive

June 13, 2013

After months of trying to deny the undeniable—namely, that the Syrian regime has used chemical weapons—the White House finally ended its equivocating today and admitted...

Politicians whose careers get sidetracked by sex scandals often find their way back to political redemption in part because voters tend to compartmentalize the officeholder’s...

As I predicted two months ago, the prospects that Jewish Agency Chair Natan Sharansky’s fair-minded plan for changes at Jerusalem’s Western Wall will be implemented...

During the course of the long, contentious and often under-handed battle to pass ObamaCare, Congress did do one honorable thing: it included the Grassley Amendment...

Talk of a U.S.-European Union free trade agreement has been building for some time, getting a boost from lagging Western economies and the obvious benefits...

The administration is now in the tenth month of its Benghazi investigation, with no signs of it ever ending. Nine and a half months ago,...

Republicans have spent the last several months arguing about the lessons of the 2012 election with both establishment types and grass roots activists mixing it...

I’ve given up expecting peace-process zealots like Secretary of State John Kerry or the European Union to pay any heed to mainstream Israelis (i.e., the...

On Tuesday night I attended a benefit dinner in New York for the McCain Institute at Arizona State University. The star attraction was Bill Clinton,...

Don’t cry for humanities professors at Harvard. True, their share of concentrators (majors) is down from 21 percent in 2003 to 17 percent in 2012....

If you're an avid viewer of cable news, you've likely heard the story of Sarah Murnaghan several times over the past few weeks. Murnaghan is a...