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In the New York Post today, I explain that Paul Ryan has brought together two strands of conservatism that have been in an uneasy relation...

Some have noted that the situation in Egypt may mark the demise of Israel’s land-for-peace strategy. At the New York Post, Abby Wisse Schachter makes...

In the New York Post today, I argue that the Egyptian street revolution will bring to an end the decades-long argument that the causes of...

Since Keith Olbermann’s abrupt departure from MSNBC on Friday, there’s been a lot of speculation about where the liberal commentator will go next. Though it seems...

Christian Ortner, a commentator for the Austrian dailies Wiener Zeitung and Die Presse, picked up a golden journalistic nugget about Leila Trabelsi, the wife of...

Much of the reaction to yesterday’s memorial service for the shooting victims in Tucson has centered on the raucous behavior of the crowd in attendance....

The president was pitch-perfect, but the raucous and inappropriate setting and surroundings brought the evening down: Never before in the annals of national moments of mourning...

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...

Get ready to see America’s mayor back in action. The New York Post reported this morning that Rudy Giuliani is readying himself for another presidential...

Libertarians often look to the Founding Fathers as political role models, but would the Founders have actually fit the modern definition of a libertarian? David...

The Iraqi parliament finally approves a diverse new unity government, ending nine months of political stalemate and concern for the fledgling democracy: “Although Shiites, Sunnis...

Michael Steele is expected to announce he will not run for a second term as chairman of the National Republican Committee, Fox News reports. A...