Post Archive

June 2013

In my post yesterday, after quoting White House press secretary Jay Carney's expressions of frustration and disappointment with Hong Kong and China, I wrote, "the...

I want to second what Jonathan has written about the Supreme Court’s two decisions related to same-sex marriage. The worst possible outcome was that the high...

This morning the Supreme Court voted by a 5-4 margin that Section 3 of the Defense of Marriage Act, defining marriage as a legal union...

Liberals have a new folk heroine today. Texas State Senator Wendy Davis is the idol of the left after her 11-hour filibuster in the Texas...

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu is famously tough on terrorism--a reputation that dates back to his days as a member of the Sayeret Matkal, Israel's...

“Of course you can have a copy of the transfer order for the file, Danny. I'm here to help in anyway I can,” Col. Nathan...

Today’s gay marriage decisions handed down by the United States Supreme Court were decided on the law as interpreted by the majority. But there’s little...

Over the last several weeks NYC Mayor Michael Bloomberg's anti-gun lobbying efforts have come under the microscope. After the shootings in Sandy Hook, Bloomberg started...

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...