Book review: Why Intelligence Fails – WSJ.com

When we hear the sound of hoofbeats, should we think horses or zebras? The question is a classic problem of intelligence analysis. Too often in recent years the CIA, FBI and Department of Homeland Security have got it wrong—most recently with the Christmas Day underwear bomber, who was able to board a U.S.-bound flight despite […]

Censorship at UC Irvine

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The rights of the speaker vs. the “rights” of disruptors.

A Tale of Two Investigations

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The aftermath of the Goldstone Report: Israel investigates, Palestinians stonewall.

The Case Against the Goldstone Report

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It’s much more scurrilous than most of its detractors (and supporters) believe.

Full Report: Anti-Semitism and Anti-Israel Hatred on the Huffington Post

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Welcome to the ugly side of the most powerful blog in the world.

‘A Failure to Connect the Dots’ – WSJ.com

The antiterror education of President Obama continued yesterday, with his release of a White House report blaming the “counterterrorism community” as a whole for “a failure to connect the dots of intelligence” that would have prevented Umar Farouk Abdulmutallab from boarding a plane to Detroit on Christmas Day. Mr. Obama blamed no one in particular […]

How Obamacare Will Hurt Young People – by Dick Morris

Teenage Problems, Social Issues and Bullying

Under 30? Get ready to pay.

David M. Phillips: The Illegal-Settlements Myth, Commentary

The conviction that Jewish settlements in the West Bank are illegal is now so commonly accepted, it hardly seems as though the matter is even open for discussion. But it is. Decades of argument about the issue have obscured the complex nature of the specific legal question about which a supposedly overwhelming verdict of guilty […]

Bret Stephens: Climategate: Follow the Money – WSJ.com

Last year, ExxonMobil donated $7 million to a grab-bag of public policy institutes, including the Aspen Institute, the Asia Society and Transparency International. It also gave a combined $125,000 to the Heritage Institute and the National Center for Policy Analysis, two conservative think tanks that have offered dissenting views on what until recently was called—without […]