Post Archive

April 9, 2014

In the New York Post today, I suggest that perhaps our secretary of state is angry at Israel because his dream of a Nobel Prize...

The House Ways and Means Committee voted today to urge the Justice Department to consider criminal charges against former Internal Revenue Service official Lois Lerner....

Former Senator Jim DeMint gave an interview that requires some correction and amendment. Senator DeMint was asked what he would say to a liberal who argued,...

The Palestinian Authority has thumbed its nose at both Israel and the peace talks sponsored by Secretary of State John Kerry. By making it clear...

In his prepared testimony yesterday, Secretary of State Kerry told the Senate Foreign Relations Committee that “this is a world where American engagement is absolutely...

If you have not yet heard, Brandeis University has rescinded its offer of an honorary degree to Ayaan Hirsi Ali, the Somali-born activist whose work...

Listening to members of the administration talk about Iran’s nuclear program, it’s often difficult to tell quite what kind of timescale they think we’re on....

I was struck by two recent, seemingly unrelated news articles that have unexpected relevance to the struggle against violent jihadism. The first of these concerns revelations from...

President Obama and other leading liberal lights keep telling us that the debate about global warming is over. Though the notion that scientific debates are...

Senate Democrats are following up on the White House “Equal Pay Day” dog and pony show yesterday with another push designed to highlight their supposed...

It is striking that America’s campuses, a sphere arguably dominated by liberals and their agenda, have become places where real tolerance and freedom of expression...

By now most readers of this site know about the controversy that erupted in the aftermath of the forced resignation of former Mozilla CEO Brendan...