Mar 23, 2015
The reaction to the electoral tactics of Mr. Netanyahu by President Obama and by his allies in the press, and even by the American Jewish community, shows that externally, Israel’s treatment is far from normal.
Mar 16, 2015
The price of getting a new private school building built in Manhattan these days apparently includes a payoff of $50 million for “affordable” housing.
Mar 9, 2015
As far as an executive personality and grace under pressure goes, Scott Walker sure looks like a profile in courage for our times.
Mar 2, 2015
Warren Buffett’s attitude toward regulation seems highly situational. He likes it when it helps him make money, dislikes it when it costs him money.
Feb 23, 2015
One of the most annoying traits of left-wingers is their tendency to assume that you, too, must share their political views. I was reminded this recently when reading the 90th anniversary issue of the New Yorker.
Feb 17, 2015
Since it is so cold and miserable outside, I’ve been curled up in front of the computer watching comedy. No, not the 40th anniversary program of “Saturday Night Live,” but The New York Times newspaper coverage of climate change.
Feb 9, 2015
In the hope that the Buzzfeed editor’s encounter with President Obama will be as provocative and memorable as was that sit-down with Mr. Bloomberg 13 years ago, I put my mind to formulating some questions.
Feb 2, 2015
Sure, even if Messrs. Bush, Cruz, Carson, or Rubio emerge as the Republican nominee, expect remaining members of the Kennedy family to endorse the Democrat. But how can they not also take some satisfaction from the Republican scramble to claim JFK’s legacy?