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June 19, 2013

After the last couple of months of scandals, it’s hard to blame Americans who wonder exactly how far our cynicism about big government should go....

Here’s an interesting headline’s role reversal: “The EU lists Hezbollah as a terrorist organization”--plausible but false. “The Gulf Security Council designates Hezbollah as a terrorist organization”--implausible but...

The attitude of author Alice Walker toward Israel and Jews has become a key point of contention in the debate about the connection between anti-Semitism...

On May 20, the Supreme Court handed down a ruling that gave federal agencies increased deference as to their own scope of authority at the...

Well, that didn’t take long. Yesterday I predicted that peace negotiations with the Taliban would not make much progress. Today I woke up to the...

On Tuesday Representative Paul Ryan was interviewed by radio talk show host Mark Levin on immigration reform. It’s a very good interview. Mr. Levin, a harsh...

One surprising side effect of Syria’s civil war is that it’s causing a few people in the Arab world to question their society’s accepted view...

Over the years I’ve been involved in a lot of debates and the subject of a fair amount of attacks. But rarely have the attacks...

Supporters of the bipartisan immigration reform bill being debated in the Senate got a shot in the arm yesterday when the Congressional Budget Office issued...

It was difficult to escape the too-perfect photo making the rounds yesterday of the G-8 country leaders smiling as a mammoth storm cloud ominously approached....

After a miserable May in which he found himself beset by a trio of scandals, President Obama sought solace in foreign policy this month. But...