Post Archive

July 15, 2013

Those who picked up the sports section of the New York Times on Saturday may have been shocked to learn of what the paper seemed...

Edward Snowden may have been acting independently when he downloaded and leaked information about the NSA’s surveillance programs, but the moment he became a fugitive...

There has been a lot of triumphalism heard lately on the left—and even from some on the right—about Republicans allowing extremists to hijack their party...

After months in which the Iranian quest for nuclear weapons has been pushed to the back burner even on foreign-policy issues, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin...

Back in April, when the imposing Museum of the History of the Polish Jews opened its doors in Warsaw, there was much talk of how...

Monday’s New York Times editorial on the case of Trayvon Martin and George Zimmerman is a sorry piece of work. The editorial board says that the...

Last month President Obama seemingly put aside two years of hesitancy and indecision over what to do about Syria. He announced that, in response to...

For those trying to figure out the current state of partisanship, comity, and cooperation in the U.S. Senate, recent news would only add to the...

One of the remarkable elements of the coverage of the George Zimmerman murder trial is the way things have come full circle in the last...

Is the Obama administration trying to start a war between Israel and Syria? Because intentionally or not, it’s certainly doing its darnedest to provoke one. This...

As Roger L. Simon points out, among the big losers in the George Zimmerman trial is Barack Obama. He injected utterly gratuitous emotion into the...

Edward Snowden’s leaks continue to dribble out, keeping the former National Security Agency (NSA) contractor in the news. First, China feigned surprise at U.S. espionage...