Post Archive

July 10, 2013

Anne Patterson is the U.S. ambassador to Egypt and, fairly or unfairly, has become the target of ire for many of the Egyptian protestors. Josh...

Most Americans first heard of Jenny McCarthy, a blonde actress and entertainment personality, from her stint as Playboy Playmate of the Year in 1994 and...

More than 50 years after it was published, the debate about Hannah Arendt’s Eichmann in Jerusalem is still red hot. Her famous thesis about “the...

Hillel: The Foundation for Jewish Campus Life will soon name a new leader. As the JNS news agency reports, the group, which operates at campuses...

Homeowners who undertake construction or improvement projects on their property have noticed the proliferation of municipal regulations forbidding the removal of dirt from the property...

Today’s Politico story on the expected slow death of immigration reform in the House is getting a lot of attention. Anti-immigration conservatives have been complaining...

Was Sarah Palin just teasing us last night when she let drop on Sean Hannity’s Fox News show that she was considering running for the...

The Republican foreign policy establishment, headed by luminaries such as Senator John McCain and former White House official Elliott Abrams, is urging an immediate cutoff...

I’ve written twice before about the bag tax in Montgomery County, Maryland. In short, the county government overwhelming implemented a 5-cent tax on both paper...

Though Secretary of State John Kerry’s next trip to the Mideast may be delayed by his wife’s illness, he fully intends to continue his shuttle...

President Obama has reportedly unveiled a creepy and controversial program to undercut leaks within the federal government. Like President George W. Bush—who also sought to...