Post Archive

March 26, 2014

Over the last 20 years, the name of Jonathan Pollard has hovered around the margins of the Middle East peace process. Almost every time the...

Yesterday I criticized a front-page article by the Washington Post’s Supreme Court reporter Robert Barnes, who I thought demonstrated a bias against people of faith. I...

As his sinking poll ratings have demonstrated, a lot of Americans are unhappy with President Obama. Weak leadership abroad, ObamaCare, and various scandals have all...

In the world of hasbara--Israel advocacy--it is commonly suggested that the best way to make Israel’s case is by emphasizing that Israel wants peace: pointing...

During the Supreme Court oral argument in Sebelius v. Hobby Lobby Stores, Inc., there was an important colloquy between Justice Elena Kagan and Hobby Lobby’s...

This week the Republican Jewish Coalition is holding a conference in Las Vegas, the home of casino mogul Sheldon Adelson, its most prominent supporter. Like...

As Jonathan Tobin noted yesterday, facts are irrelevant to the diehard anti-Israel crowd; nothing will change their views. But since they remain a minority (at...

The administration’s decision to extend the period for open enrollment in the Affordable Care Act past the March 31 deadline is hardly surprising. The list...

Peter's take on President Obama's retreat from reality on the consequences of Russia's annexation of Crimea is paralleled in Northeast Asia. On the plus side,...

Bob Gates is sorely missed in President Obama's Cabinet. To see how much is lacking without his input into the highest councils of government, read...

Last week I wrote that President Obama, having been bested by Vladimir Putin at virtually every turn, has retreated into a world of his own...

It will come as no surprise to COMMENTARY readers that the boycott, divestment, and sanctions movement undermines the missions of colleges and universities because it...