Post Archive

June 2013

The Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act, also known as ObamaCare, should be the feather in the cap of the Obama administration. Instead, two years...

Andrei Cherny begins his history of the 1948 Berlin Airlift with the September 11, 2001 terror attacks on the World Trade Center. Though the outpouring...

The most recent installment in the New York Times’s effort to dial America’s security back to a September 10, 2001 mentality came today in the...

Let’s assume for a moment that Secretary of State John Kerry actually succeeds in getting Palestinian Authority head Mahmoud Abbas to sit down and talk...

When an acclaimed historian says he sees a terrifying historical pattern repeating itself, he deserves to be taken seriously. And Benny Morris is assuredly one...

With Edward Snowden still stuck in the purgatory of Moscow’s international airport, it is worth taking a moment to note some news reporting of recent...

For years, we’ve been told that there’s plenty of time to stop Iran from gaining a nuclear weapon. The world laughed when Israeli Prime Minister...

There was a moment this week when it appeared that the IRS’s targeting of conservative groups was really part of a broader sweep aimed at...

Secretary of State John Kerry is playing with fire. Having embarked on a high-profile effort to revive the moribund Middle East peace process, Kerry has...

Sometimes it helps to restate the obvious. So when Jack Straw, who served as a minister for both domestic and foreign affairs in Tony Blair's...

The latest poll of the New York mayoral race is awakening the public to what many seem to find a horrifying prospect: Anthony Weiner can...

Today a ruling by a French court confirmed, after years of legal wrangling, that a French media critic was guilty of libeling a journalist who...