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February 18, 2014

Back in 2008 when Barack Obama first ran for president, one of the many signals he sent to Jewish groups to reassure them of his...

Bipartisanship is a much-lauded ideal in Washington, but sometimes the worst legislation can pass by the biggest margins. Witness Congress's decision a few days ago...

In the last year, the loudest Republican voice on foreign and defense policy has been that of Senator Rand Paul. Paul’s critique of the Obama...

The battle for Ukraine has resumed, more violently than ever. Riot police, assisted by "young men in jeans wearing medical masks and carrying pipes and...

Today ought to be a day to celebrate for the Obama administration. Nuclear talks with Iran set to begin in Vienna will begin the next...

With Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas having retreated so far from previously agreed positions that he now even rejects Israeli sovereignty over the Western Wall...

Arthur Brooks, president of the American Enterprise Institute, has written an excellent essay in the current issue of COMMENTARY. It lays out a conservative social justice...

In the last couple of days, the political press has introduced us to the Democrats’ emerging strategy for the upcoming midterm congressional elections. They will...