Post Archive

June 20, 2014

Eight days into the search, Israeli troops have still apparently found no trace of the three teenagers kidnapped last week by Hamas terrorists. Though the...

The decision of the Metropolitan Opera to continue with its plan to produce The Death Of Klinghoffer but to cancel the simulcast of the piece...

In the wake of Eric Cantor’s surprise primary defeat earlier this month, there were musings (which appear to have been incorrect) that Democrats may have...

In an illuminating essay for National Journal, Michael Gerson writes about the foreign-policy debate roiling the GOP. Going back to Dwight Eisenhower’s victory over Robert Taft...

In the last week the collapse in Iraq has re-ignited the debate over President Bush’s decision to invade Iraq in 2003 as well as President...

In a hearing about the IRS targeting of conservative groups, Representative Paul Ryan--during his exchange with IRS Commission John Koskinen--leveled a devastating criticism of Koskinen, essentially accusing...

One encouraging element to the gross media bias against Israel is that eventually, many of the lies spread about Israel and republished uncritically in the...

A new Wall Street Journal/NBC News poll shows public support for President Obama's foreign policy at 37 percent--a record low. How can this be when...

The latest bad news from Iraq now includes the reports that ISIS have captured one of Saddam Hussein’s chemical-weapons facilities at Al Muthanna 45 miles...