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January 13, 2014

Marco Rubio’s 2013 was as bad as Chris Christie’s was good. The Florida senator’s annus horribillis began with his goofy water bottle problem as he...

While Israel may have now buried former Prime Minister Ariel Sharon, it is still far from having buried with him the idea with which Sharon...

The grudging respect that Ariel Sharon garnered from the Western press after the Gaza disengagement was misleading. They still reviled the Israeli military might he...

In yesterday’s Washington Post, written at the height of the Bridgegate media feeding frenzy, Chris Cilizza claimed that despite the blows New Jersey Governor Chris...

The White House is not releasing the text of the Joint Plan of Action’s implementation agreement about Iran’s nuclear deal. Worse, it is shifting responsibility...

In politics, war, sports, and other realms momentum counts for a lot. If you maintain the momentum, you can give the appearance that your victory...

In recent days a series of disturbing reports have emerged regarding the acquisition by Hezbollah of powerful long-range and radar-guided missiles via Syria. Given that...

When Secretary of State John Kerry defended the deal he signed with Iran on November 24, he was particularly exasperated with the arguments that asserted...

The icy relationship between the Obama administration and Israel’s government has created a familiar pattern of events: President Obama says or does something insulting to...

This week’s issue of the Weekly Standard is devoted to foreign policy and national security--and specifically to explaining how dangerous the situation in the Middle...

The Wall Street Journal’s Peggy Noonan, in writing about “Bridgegate”--the stunningly inappropriate, petty, and stupid political retribution by top aides of New Jersey Governor Chris...

Sometimes the mind just boggles. The Department of Justice has issued a letter informing schools about federal laws against racial discrimination. Consider this paragraph: Schools also...