Post Archive

July 3, 2013

Late Wednesday afternoon, the silence from the White House about events in Egypt finally ended. In a statement, President Obama claimed that he is neutral...

There is bad news, good news and better news coming out of Egypt today. First let’s discuss the good news. The end of the Muslim Brotherhood...

On July 4 we celebrate the 237th birthday of the United States. And celebrate it we do—as, indeed, we should—with parties, parades, concerts, fireworks, “The...

Rich Lowry, editor of National Review, is the author of a excellent new biography, Lincoln Unbounded: How An Ambitious Young Railsplitter Saved the American Dream--And How...

Reading certain papers (the New York Times and Haaretz come to mind), one could easily conclude that racism is spreading like a plague through Israeli...

After years of critics predicting that ObamaCare was too cumbersome and intrusive to implement without causing major dislocations for the American economy and workers, that...

I was saddened to learn that Bill Gray, the former Philadelphia congressman, majority whip and, following his 1991 resignation from Congress, the president of the...