Ross Douthat – A Generation in the Balance –

Op-Ed Columnist – A Generation in the Balance –

Fouad Ajami: The Arabs Have Stopped Applauding Obama –

‘He talks too much,” a Saudi academic in Jeddah, who had once been smitten with Barack Obama, recently observed to me of America’s 44th president. He has wearied of Mr. Obama and now does not bother with the Obama oratory. He is hardly alone, this academic. In the endless chatter of this region, and in […]

Suspect in officer killings eludes law in Seattle | | Detroit Free Press

A heavily armed SWAT team stormed a Seattle home today where they thought they had cornered the suspect in the slaying of four police officers at a coffee shop, only to find out that he was not in the house and still on the loose. via Suspect in officer killings eludes law in Seattle | […]

William Kristol and Frederick W. Kagan: No Substitute for Victory, Weekly Standard

Can the United States win the war in Afghanistan? The antiwar left has long held the war is unwinnable. Now some conservatives are arguing that President Obama’s weakness and indecision forecast American failure–and that, if we’re going to fail, we should just get out now. We would be the last to defend Obama’s indefensible dithering. […]

Freedom of Expression Belongs to Professors and Students Alike

According to a recent report in Ha’aretz, students at Tel Aviv University are complaining bitterly about leftist professors. The students are said to be hurt by the professors’ positions, “but are afraid to express contrary views, lest this harm their grades.”

Sheltering Extremism – by Paul Shindman


How a radical Israeli professor opened his home to a Palestinian criminal.

Climategate – by Andrew Walden


The media manipulates the “cunning plan” to cover up global cooling.

Will the Real J-Street Please Stand Up? – by Anav Silverman


Would Islamic activists really donate to a true “pro-Israel” organization?

Subduing Women’s Sexuality – by Hege Storhaug


Why Islam’s obsession with sex must become a subject of debate in the West.

Obama’s Speech on Afghanistan to Envision an Exit –

WASHINGTON — President Obama plans to lay out a time frame for winding down the American involvement in the war in Afghanistan when he announces his decision this week to send more forces, senior administration officials said Sunday. Although the speech was still in draft form, the officials said the president wanted to use the […]