Post Archive

March 2014

John F. Kennedy may well be, as syndicated columnist Drew Pearson famously asserted back in 1957, the only person to win a Pulitzer Prize for...

Secretary of State John Kerry is back in Israel today attempting to breath life into the peace talks that he initiated last year. With the...

I have made no secret of my disdain for Harry Reid’s continued unraveling. Reid’s practice of leveling false charges about other politicians and even private...

Last night riot police had to be dispatched to disperse angry crowds in some of the French towns where the far-right National Front has been...

On June 17, 2009, then-Secretary of State Hillary Clinton said something strange. On the topic of a deal struck on settlement construction between George W....

It was, perhaps, fitting that the same website that debuted to the scorn of the nation last fall would crash on the last day of...

California is going through a terrible drought and 2013 was the driest on record in the state. So who is suffering, financially and otherwise, from its...

The conviction of former Israeli prime minister Ehud Olmert on corruption charges, stemming from his tenure as mayor of Jerusalem, no doubt dismays his supporters...

We have come a long way from the days when Israeli Prime Minister Netanyahu used to call for negotiations without preconditions. Now it has simply...

The New York Times did a valuable public service today by profiling the life of Muqdad Salah. But the story, which demonstrated how unlikely peace...

Politico’s savvy and generally reliable media news columnist Dylan Byers wrote about Sharyl Attkisson’s forced departure from CBS news. In a piece published shortly after...

Of the attempts to take a more optimistic view of Vladimir Putin’s shoplifting spree on Ukrainian territory, two stand out. One is the idea that...