Any deal giving Iran nuclear weapons—whether sooner or later—is a bad one.
In Iran, daily living conditions have hardly been ameliorated by the partial relief in sanctions.
Turkey has apparently adopted humanitarianism as a matter of cultural and political policy.
The transatlantic alliance between Germany and the United States contributes not only significant benefits to our own citizens, but also to the world community.
The number of people suffering from chronic disease is at an all-time high and growing.
Decisions to overhaul a law as important to the U.S. economy as the patent system should be made only after a careful, objective, and data-driven analysis.
It’s a numbers game of throwing everything against the wall to see what will stick.
There is nothing remotely racist about the Prime Minister’s charge that left-wing NGOs receiving funds from foreign governments were heavily engaged in the elections.
Netanyahu can thank the U.S. House of Representatives for his victory.
Our economic laws of labor supply and demand have been stronger than our civil immigration laws.