Post Archive

August 21, 2013

It’s been a bad summer for the Obama administration. At home, the president’s negligible legislative agenda remains stalled as his incessant attempts to demonize Republicans...

Last week I first raised the issue of Muslim Brotherhood attacks on Christian churches in Egypt as a way of expressing their anger about the...

I’ve written in recent months about the antidemocratic trend of the government “legislating” not through the Congress but through unelected, unaccountable bureaucrats. To be sure,...

The plight of Coptic Christians in Egypt has caught the attention of Americans, and understandably so—they face a wave of attacks against their businesses, homes,...

Much has been said about how the Muslim Brotherhood and other Islamist movements seek to drive Christians from the Middle East. Egyptian Copts are the...

The situation is murky, but multiple reports suggest that the Syrian regime has used chemical weapons on the outskirts of Damascus killing hundreds, if not...

Author and Weekly Standard senior editor Lee Smith set a high standard that few others have met with his seminal book The Strong Horse, about...

Yesterday morning I discussed the troubling emergence of BDS sympathizing at major New York City Jewish organizations, namely the JCC in Manhattan and the 92nd...

In the two decades that he served as the United Kingdom's Chief Rabbi, Sir Jonathan Sacks continued the tradition of his predecessor, the late Lord...

Egypt is rarely just about Egypt. So a full conversation about whether to sustain American aid to the military government currently in power in Cairo...

It was a year ago today that President Obama said Syrian leader Bashar al-Assad should step down and that the use of chemical weapons by...

Up until the returns came in last November, many Republicans were still in denial about Virginia. Barack Obama’s 2008 victory there showed that a changing...