‘I have been a contributor to Media Matters for many years’
The former Nebraska senator has taken disturbing stances on a wide variety of issues. That may be why Obama picked him.
The former senator’s foreign policy ideas are hardly radical.
Secretary of defense nominee hits back at critics
Whatever Chuck Hagel’s sins, he deserves better treatment than the Democrats gave Judge Bork.
Trip to Middle East will include ‘important evangelical figures from some key early primary states’
‘Yasser Arafat had made a decision to launch the intifada’
With her book, Gilbert said she seeks to convey a little of what she learned from her time living in Israel.
‘After waiting for thousands of years, our dream came true’
Possible sec-def nominee under fire for positions on Hamas, Israel
Vote is an embarrassing diplomatic defeat for US
Social media frenzy, online petition from pro-Palestinian groups pushed singer to withdraw from Dec. 6 event
Tel Aviv-based law center claims US govt. money winding up in Hamas’ pockets
While Israeli jets pinpoint-target terrorists, Hamas makes no attempt to avoid killing innocent civilians
Attacks by Israeli Arabs are rare, though they have happened in the past
Still unclear is whether the Egyptian-brokered truce can deliver the promised end to Gaza’s stifling blockade
Terrorists bomb bus in Tel Aviv - JPost
28 hospitalized in Wednesday morning attack
The cease-fire terms released by Egyptian President Mohammed Morsi’s office do not mention any binding curbs on its ally Hamas
Liberal network spends only 15 minutes on the crisis in primetime
‘Israel is a terrorist state, and its acts are terrorist acts’