Post Archive

January 6, 2014

Since he returned to his post as Israel’s foreign minister after a break to fend off failed attempts to prosecute him on corruption charges, Avigdor...

For most of the past year, much of the prevailing narrative about the 2014 midterm elections has focused on the flood of Democratic retirements in...

Kentucky Senator Rand Paul’s strengths as a prospective presidential candidate are generally well known, but there’s one that probably doesn’t get enough attention: he tends...

Yesterday while speaking to reporters about his ongoing efforts to promote negotiations between Israel and the Palestinians, Secretary of State John Kerry described his ideas...

I blogged here last week regarding the failure of Human Rights Watch to rescind and reinvestigate reports for which it had relied on information contributed...

On yesterday’s Sunday news shows, Democrats doubled down on their preferred issue of the new year: income inequality and unemployment insurance. Both Senate Majority Leader...

The “perpetual campaign” is a term we have accustomed ourselves to using while it is still a bit of an exaggeration, except in the case...

Over at the Washington Free Beacon, Adam Kredo notes that yet another Iranian official has suggested that the Islamic Republic should utilize nuclear weapons in...

This morning, to my slack-jawed astonishment, the New York Times ran an op-ed calling for the abolition of the corporate income tax. The author, Laurence J....

I wanted to add to Seth’s fine post on the new study, published in the journal Science, that found that people who gained health-care coverage...