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The New York Times took notice yesterday of a pamphlet-sized essay posted on the website of the American Jewish Committee. Written by Alvin Rosenfeld of...

In 1978, back when I was working for him on Capitol Hill, Senator Pat Moynihan propounded what he called “the Iron Law of Emulation.” The...

Former presidential press secretary Ari Fleischer was on the witness stand in the Scooter Libby trial today and gave testimony that the New York Times...

Despite warnings that it is damaging national security, despite the prospect that it is inviting an unprecedented prosecution under the espionage statutes barring communication of...

In a recent column, satirist Andy Borowitz suggests that in 2008, there will be more presidential candidates than there are voters: With politicians throwing their hats...

On the heels of my last post about Israeli-Syrian negotiations comes Michael Oren's op-ed in the January 24 New York Times, "What if Israel and...

In this morning's New York Times, Michael B. Oren remarks, in an op-ed entitled "What if Israel and Syria Find Common Ground?," that in the...

Did Scooter Libby write a letter to New York Times reporter Judith Miller in prison containing a coded hint that she should back up his...

Yesterday Michael Gove, a Tory member of Parliament and the author of Celsius 7/7, a hard-hitting study of the London subway bombers, asked an audience...

After a long absence from respectable circles, Jew-baiting is back. When Patrick J. Buchanan denounced the 1991 U.S. military action to liberate Kuwait from Saddam Hussein,...

According to a story in the January 16th New York Times, "Democratic congressional leaders say they are committed to governing from the center." This newfound...