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Noah Rothman

Noah Rothman

Noah Rothman is the Associate Editor of Commentary.

Iran inspection process

The following is a dispatch from Omri Ceren of The Israel Project regarding the state of nuclear negotiations with Iran: The Associated Press got ahold of...
king v. burwell case

Republican opponents of the Affordable Care Act are licking their chops at the prospect of the Supreme Court ruling in the upcoming King v. Burwell...
Media Bias Hillary

Hillary Clinton’s effort to run among the most anodyne, milquetoast campaigns for the presidency in American history is apparently paying off. A candidate who dares...
Anbar Awakening

For years, the United States has been throwing away the hard-won successes of the Iraq Surge. They were, however, previously discarded largely as a result...
Jonathan Gruber

The Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act was pitched and eventually sold to the American public on a foundation of lies. Many of the most...
tragedy in charleston

The reaction to the slaughter of nine members of an African-American church in South Carolina demonstrated by the members of the affected community has been...
Obama presidency ends

President Barack Obama wanted Congress to pass a variety of trade-related proposals, and he didn’t want to have to rely on Republican votes in order...
cyber-pearl harbor

The scale of a massive cyber-attack on America’s governmental infrastructure that was revealed last week is still coming to light. As is the case with...
Obamatrade

It shouldn’t need to be said, but our modern age is full of wonders: No, Representative Paul Ryan’s approach to governance as a member of...
Jeb Bush

If you got the impression from former Florida Governor Jeb Bush’s presidential campaign rollout that he appeared to believe his party’s nomination was quite simply...
Voting restrictions

The founding generation was keenly aware of the fact that the public they had empowered to shape the destiny of their new republic might be...
Would NATO go to war with Russia?

It’s a question they have been asking in the Kremlin for generations, although apprehensions are perhaps more pronounced today than they were even during much...