Post Archive

March 10, 2014

The news that CBS News investigative reporter Sharyl Attkisson is leaving the network does not come as any great surprise to those who have followed...

It's quite likely, as so many commentators from Bob Gates on down have noted, that there is little likelihood of forcing Russia to disgorge Crimea....

In today’s Mosaic Magazine, author Hillel Halkin provides yet another entry in the growing list of proposed “solutions” to the conflict between Israel and the...

An eye-opening observation from Stuart Rothenberg in Roll Call about the relative popularity and unpopularity of the Democrats and the Republicans: "Independent voters had almost...

Given how the Turkish government has both used its security services and judiciary to target the prime minister’s political enemies rather than those who contravene...

While Secretary of State John Kerry’s negotiations between Israel and the Palestinian Authority have often taken on the air of farce, in recent days they...

In his remarks at CPAC, former Senator and 2012 presidential candidate Rick Santorum said this:  I want to win too. I think everybody here wants to win,...

Who would have thought that, three years after the Arab Spring uprisings, the only two countries friendly to the Muslim Brotherhood would have been U.S....

In what many Americans may have seen as an eerie echo of the “House of Cards” television series, last week an effort to change the...

On a national electoral map that has a lot of bright spots for Republicans, Florida is a problem. As Marc Caputo wrote yesterday in the...