Post Archive

October 2013

The aftermath of the government shutdown has left the Republican Party badly divided. Some in the GOP are still wondering how they were suckered into...

Last night there was a big party in Ramallah. As the Times of Israel described it, the gathering at the Muqata, the Palestinian Authority’s government...

You can tell the ObamaCare rollout is going miserably when the best news for Democrats is that their major reform law is not dropping even...

Outraged Europeans would prefer to think that when it comes to privacy issues, they are the good guys and those nasty Americans are the bad...

One of the life rafts liberals are reaching for these days, in the midst of the disastrous rollout of the ObamaCare exchanges, is that the...

He may not have a grand monument like Thomas Jefferson; the pop culture revival of John Adams; a name synonymous with courage and heroism like...

At one point early in her appearance before a House committee this morning, Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius gave the country a moment...

In a front-page story in the Washington Post, we read this: A new controversy over the president’s health-care law is threatening to overshadow the messy launch...

The latest parlor game in Washington D.C. is whether or not President Obama knowingly misled us when he repeatedly assured the American people that, in...

As the New York Times reports today, Naftali Bennett, the head of the right-wing Habayit Hayehudi Party, is getting blasted in the Israeli media as...

Want to know why there is so much partisan deadlock in Washington today? In part it's because of the rise of a radical Tea Party...

Commenting on the hypocrisy being expressed about the news that the United States spies on its European allies is more or less like trying to...