Post Archive

June 21, 2013

This week, the American Jewish Committee earned the plaudits of New York Times columnist Roger Cohen for issuing a direct denunciation of Naftali Bennett, Israel’s...

On the matter of immigration reform and the GOP, I have a couple of thoughts. The first is that in his column today, Michael Gerson...

Earlier this week, I noted the way an understandable distrust of the government can morph into something altogether less healthy than the normal cynicism that...

Thanks to the whip count, there is usually an inverse relationship between the scope of a piece of legislation and the drama of the vote...

It’s hard to know what to think about the debate about immigration reform in the aftermath of yesterday’s move to strengthen the gang of eight’s...

Now that peace talks are sort of on again with the Taliban--at least hopes of such talks have risen again, even if Kabul's outrage at...

Even before the current protests, Turkey was already “the world’s largest prison for journalists,” its press freedom ranking had plummeted, falling below even Russia, Iraq,...