Post Archive

December 4, 2013

Today’s release of the 9-1-1 tapes from the Newtown massacre has caused America to relive the horror of the awful day on which a mad...

Because China was not under any serious foreign military threat, its decision to declare an “air defense identification zone” over an area that includes islands...

So now we know what Barack Obama really wants to be when he grows up: the host of an ESPN sports show. And not even...

Anyone who thought the Obama administration is concentrating so much on its push for détente with Iran that it can’t simultaneously launch a new push...

One interesting aspect of Bill de Blasio's landslide victory in the New York mayoral race last month is that it leaves the city with very...

The U.S. foreign-policy establishment has been adamant in its support for President Obama’s nuclear deal with Iran. They believe criticism of the accord reached in...

It’s not every day that New York Times columnist Thomas Friedman agrees, even in part, with something I’ve written. On Monday, I wrote that if...

Scott Brown’s career on the national stage has been a study in contradictions. He is a Northeast Republican with a working class, rather than coastal...

It’s fitting that on the same day President Obama's latest health-care offensive began, the Washington Post featured a story on its front page reporting that...

In a recent Mars Hill Audio Journal discussion, Ken Myers interviewed the church historian Peter Brown on the early church’s approach to wealth and poverty....

Hamid Karzai's refusal to sign the Bilateral Security Agreement (BSA) with the U.S., which has been laboriously negotiated with the Obama administration, is maddening--but it...