Post Archive

July 8, 2013

Prior to his wife’s illness, the assumption was that Secretary of State John Kerry would be returning to the Middle East this week for another...

One way to tell how much confidence the political world has in Hillary Clinton’s chances in 2016 is that reporters are already writing the stories...

According to news reports, more than 50 people were killed on Monday when demonstrators enraged by the military overthrow of Egypt's elected Islamist president clashed...

Texas Governor Rick Perry’s decision to pass up a chance for a fourth full term in office will make for a lively race to replace...

The shootings in Cairo this morning that took the lives of what is reported to be more than 50 supporters of ousted Egyptian President Mohamed...

If you relied on the fawning media coverage of Texas legislator Wendy Davis and her filibuster of a bill restricting abortion in Texas, you’d never...

By coincidence, even as the coup in Egypt has been unfolding, I have been reading about the coup which occurred in Saigon on November 1-2,...

It is to be expected that former President George W. Bush’s statement endorsing the immigration reform bill recently passed by the Senate won’t have much...

The New York Times is reporting, in its lead article this morning, that former New York Governor Eliot Spitzer, who was forced to resign after his...

In a recent interview, former Alaska governor and GOP vice presidential candidate Sarah Palin indicated she was open to leaving the GOP and starting a...

Americans are frequently accused of being clueless about the Middle East. But given the nonsense they’re fed by the so-called “serious” mainstream media, cluelessness is...

Ramadan, the Islamic month in which observant Muslims fast and refrain from any drink from sunrise to sundown, begins tomorrow evening. The tempo of life...