Post Archive

June 25, 2013

There’s both good news and bad news for Palestinian Authority head Mahmoud Abbas. The good news is that Secretary of State John Kerry is heading...

It’s not clear how seriously Republicans will take Robert Costa’s report in National Review Online today that John Bolton is exploring the idea of a...

President Obama may think his speech today outlining an unprecedented package of measures aimed at stopping global warming will burnish his legacy. The set of...

Today’s New York Times story on the continuing harassment and humiliation of the women at the center of the Anthony Weiner scandal is a play...

Listen to the hue and cry from liberals over the Supreme Court’s decision today in Shelby County v. Holder and you would think the conservative...

White House press secretary Jay Carney, in responding to Hong Kong and China allowing National Security Agency leaker Edward Snowden to flee to Moscow, said...

When the Supreme Court signaled it was about to rule on its most prominent race-based admissions case yesterday, advocates on both sides of the contentious...

If the Taliban are supposed to be making peace, their suicide bombers don't seem to have gotten the message. On Tuesday four suicide bombers, driving coalition-style...

The news media have, by and large, stopped writing about sequestration and Congress has stopped agitating about it. So it stands to reason that it's...

I have written before about the International Olympic Committee’s fast approaching decision about which city to award the 2020 Summer Olympics. There are three finalists:...