Post Archive

January 2, 2014

For most of the last three years since ObamaCare was passed by Congress, liberals have dismissed efforts to overturn the portion of the law mandating...

After almost eight years in a vegetative state it appears that former Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon’s long struggle for life may be at its...

ObamaCare is in need of some good press--but it’s looking for love in all the wrong places. Organizing for Action--the overcaffeinated remnants of the Obama...

The mainstream media is still reeling from House Speaker John Boehner’s telling off Heritage Action and other right-wing groups that were attempting to obstruct Rep....

While it’s tempting for politicians to interpret an election victory as a mandate that aligns with their personal priorities over those of the electorate, the...

In politics, having a good memory can always be something of a liability. It was, after all, only a couple of decades ago that Bill...

On December 30, Bahraini authorities announced that they had intercepted a ship carrying Iranian explosives and weaponry apparently destined for the Bahraini opposition. According to...

The year is still young, but I would say the New York Times’s editorial board has already retired the prize for the most irresponsible, unconvincing,...

In the run-up to John Kerry’s arrival in Jerusalem today for yet another round of Israeli-Palestinian talks, media attention naturally focused less on real obstacles...

It’s hard not to applaud Islamist leader Fethullah Gülen for apparently blowing the whistle on the massive corruption scandal that now touches several Turkish ministers,...

Michael Gerson and I have written an essay, "A Conservative Vision of Government,” published in the newest issue of the indispensable quarterly National Affairs. Our aim is...

The current crisis in Turkey should be cause for reflection on a number of fronts. Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdoğan has reacted with umbrage that...