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In 2010, the hard-core left married pro-Islamic and pro-Palestinian organizations and gave birth to an entertainment-boycott campaign aimed at Israel. Cultural-boycott efforts have spilled over...

Quayle was gone after one misspelled word. Howard Dean was finished after a single yell. Gingrich was not the same after a complaint about his...

Ross Douthat of the New York Times has written a very intelligent column on the very odd, and in some respects co-dependent, relationship between the...

And so the story appears to grow more and more murky and complicated. A high-school friend tells Mother Jones that Loughner's mother is/was Jewish; he...

Less than 24 hours after the story of the Arizona shooting first broke, Americans woke up to Responsible-Rhetoric Sunday. Every newspaper and news-analysis show piously...

Julian Assange, out of jail on bail in England and last seen, deliciously, complaining that someone was unfairly leaking details of his rape case in...

As is always the case, it seems, Time magazine's selection of Facebook founder and CEO Mark Zuckerberg as Person of the Year is generating scorn...

As most all of you know, today is my last day at COMMENTARY. It has been a joy and a source of great pride to...

As I wrote last week, the U.S. version of the anti-Israel Boycott, Divestment, and Sanctions (BDS) movement has been a resounding failure since its inception....

Amid all the constant clamor about the plight of the Palestinians, the conspicuous lack of concern on the part of both foreign and local Arab...

Call it the Backlash Midterms. Obama pushed through ObamaCare to pump up the base; it pumped up conservatives and angered independents. Obama took to the...

I suspect NPR has been looking for an excuse to fire Juan Williams for a long time and decided this would do. It will, I...