Post Archive

April 24, 2014

Today Georgetown University honored a former professor with a day of events commemorating the centennial of his birth. But the man for whom this is...

Both professional and college sports fans have dealt with the “East Coast bias,” the way the location of major media outlets and the time zone...

Turkey held local elections on March 30, 2014, and Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdoğan’s Justice and Development Party (AKP) once again came out on top,...

A group of prominent advocates for same-sex marriage signed a statement arguing for both the freedom to marry and the freedom to dissent. This statement comes in the...

Yesterday I wrote about the attempt by a New York interfaith group to censor a film at the soon-to-be-opened National September 11 Memorial Museum in...

Pity the members of J Street. The left-wing lobby was brought into existence in order to act as a Jewish cheering section for Obama administration...

 In advance of President Obama’s four-nation Asian tour this week, the Washington Post published an article saying this: President Obama’s bid to focus U.S. attention on Asia has failed...

I first learned about Lord Charnwood's 1916 masterpiece Abraham Lincoln while recently reading a book by the constitutional scholar Walter Berns. (Berns called it "the best of the Lincoln...

Early this morning the Times of Israel noted in passing, in a story without so much as a byline and whose main source was a...

The last place one expects to find common sense about the Middle East conflict is Roger Cohen’s column in the New York Times. A reflexive...

Yesterday was business as usual at the United Nations, with Iran and a host of other despotic regimes winning seats on leading human-rights bodies. What...

Vladimir Putin has repeatedly justified Russia’s invasion of Ukraine and Russia’s annexation of Crimea with an argument about ethnic solidarity. Just as Nazi Germany based...