Post Archive

October 3, 2013

Much has been said already about President Obama’s rhetoric regarding the government shutdown--John Steele Gordon and Pete Wehner noted both the president’s dishonest and overheated...

Evelyn Gordon is absolutely correct when she writes that the U.S. romance with Iran “terrifies” our Arab allies, but she hits only the tip of...

In July, I reported on the grave situation of Hossein Bourojerdi, one of Iran's most courageous dissidents. Bourojerdi, who carries the honorific Shia Muslim title...

Millions of Turks have migrated to Europe; Turks comprise the largest minority in Germany. There is nothing intrinsically wrong with that: Many of the Turks...

Even for our time, the invective is remarkable. In the current debate about the continuing resolution and the government shutdown, and because of their determination to...

Guess who is the world’s largest producer of liquid and gaseous hydrocarbon fuels (oil, natural gas, and natural gas liquids)? For years it has been Russia,...

Yesterday’s edition of the New York Times featured the paper’s very silly editorial attacking Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu for advocating on behalf of his...

The Washington Post today provides fresh details about the anemic CIA program to train moderate Syrian rebels. Reporter Greg Miller writes that “the CIA program...

Last Friday, President Obama surprised the press when he announced that he had a telephone conversation with Iranian President Hassan Rouhani, the first direct conversation...

Politicians fudge the truth all the time. And sometimes they flat-out lie. Bill Clinton’s infamous, “I did not have sex with that woman,” is the...

While the U.S. media focused for much of the past two weeks on President Obama’s “bromance” with Iranian President Hassan Rouhani and the government shutdown,...