Post Archive

November 21, 2013

At first glance, there’s little doubt that most of the people who love to hate Sheldon Adelson are going to assume that he’s in it...

The noises emanating from diplomatic sources in Geneva this week continue to assure the world that they are close to a breakthrough that will resolve...

Yesterday, Marco Rubio gave a wide-ranging speech about American foreign policy that aimed to move past the simplistic labels he feels dominate too much public...

Fifty years ago tomorrow--on November 22, 1963--C.S. Lewis passed away. His death then, like the anniversary of his death now, was overshadowed by the assassination...

Back in September, I celebrated the defeats of Anthony Weiner and Eliot Spitzer in Democratic primary elections in New York City and put forward the...

The success of American military commitments is usually in direct proportion to their longevity. Post-war Germany, Japan, and South Korea turned out to be big...

Today, Majority Leader Harry Reid took the first steps toward altering the nature of the Senate. Reid and his Democratic caucus intend to alter the...

In 2007, with the fall holidays approaching, the Star-Ledger published a guide on how to handle uninvited guests. Do you tell the guest to get...

I’m a little late to the story because I’ve been on the road, but the most recent United Nations report on drug cultivation in Afghanistan...

Much of the Obama administration’s optimism with regard to its belief that Iran is sincere in its desire to reach a nuclear accord is based...

On the New York Times op-ed page, Haaretz columnist Ari Shavit writes that if an American-Iranian nuclear agreement is signed “it would represent an Iranian...