Post Archive

May 7, 2014

One of the evergreens of political journalism in the last few years has been the civil war that has raged on the right between the...

In an essay for COMMENTARY last year, Michael Gerson and I, writing on how the GOP can revivify itself and increase its appeal, argued that it had...

In recent months, those advocating boycotts of Israel have lost a series of votes on college campuses around the country. Though the political culture of...

London’s former mayor Ken Livingstone has treated the BBC to some more of his infamous thinking on Jews. During an interview he explained that while...

The debate over whether and how to intervene in foreign conflicts tends to center on American interests, with special emphasis on threats to the U.S....

When the Obama administration announced yesterday that it is prepared to assist the Nigerian government in efforts to recover the girls kidnapped by the Boko...

You may not be an NBA fan. No matter. You really do need to watch this portion of Kevin Durant’s speech upon receiving this year’s MVP Award. Mr....

This morning on MSNBC’s politics show The Daily Rundown, host Chuck Todd described the North Carolina U.S. Senate election as his “desert island” race for 2014....

Boko Haram’s kidnapping schoolgirls and its threats to sell them like chattel horrifies the international community, highlights the dangers of certain strains of Islamist thought,...

The violence initiated by Yasser Arafat after his rejection of the Clinton-brokered peace deal was a worst-case scenario not only for those whose lives were...

All those who have admired and been influenced by the work of Irving Kristol will be delighted to learn that the Foundation for Constitutional Government...

Samantha Power made her name as a reporter on genocide. After working as a freelance reporter in Bosnia, she penned her Pulitzer Prize-winning book, A...