Post Archive

August 12, 2013

Last year the U.S. State Department noted that a “rising tide of anti-Semitism” was sweeping through Europe. It was a significant acknowledgement of a critical...

Representative Dana Rohrbacher’s offense isn’t on par with what his colleague Blake Farenthold said, but it was problematic in its own right. Mr. Rohrbacker told his...

When new leaders want to appear moderate in the Middle East, there are generally three ways to do so: table the hate speech, surround themselves...

Opponents of immigration reform got a reminder yesterday of their biggest liability as the House of Representatives prepares to deal with the issue after the...

August is a time for members of Congress to return to their districts to connect with the voters they represent--and, in some cases, to make...

Israel’s decision to release terrorist prisoners to entice the Palestinian Authority to show up for the peace talks convened by Secretary of State John Kerry...

Today Judge Shira Scheindlin ruled against the NYPD’s legal and effective “stop and frisk” program, erroneously finding elements of it unconstitutional. It was nice of...

Both Israel and the Palestinians are doing their best to act as if they care about the peace talks that are about to resume this...

President Obama has been getting unwarranted criticism for over-reacting to a terrorist threat by closing U.S. embassies across the Middle East last week (all but...