A question raised and answered
AIPAC, anti-Semitism, and one blogger's imcomprehensibility
Chuck Hagel does not represent the revolution in thought some of his supporters, and enemies, believe.
What happens when you try to extrapolate from a single decontextualized statement
AIPAC tries -- sometimes imperfectly -- to both be, and appear to be, bipartisan. And the people who run it aren't stupid.
Fallows has weighed in on the discussion, in particular on my challenge to TNC, who stated that he was actively uninterested in owning a handgun for self-defense.
A survey of the past few weeks' serious commentary (and dreck) on guns and gun control
Is Obama going to confiscate your legally owned weapons? Does allowing more concealed handguns make society more dangerous? There's a clear answer to both questions.
A shocking quote from a fairly high-ranking Israeli politician.
"One could say I own a small arsenal. No, I'm not a member of the NRA and never will be."
A question for the conservative movement: Why is the Second Amendment valued more than any other part of the Bill of Rights?
In which a writer discovers his political orientation, maybe
My inbox is overflowing, obviously, with letters from partisans on all sides of the gun debate.
I can't let anti-Semites dictate the terms of this debate.
Jewish liberals are pushing back on attacks on the potential Cabinet nominee, but the way they're doing it is telling.
Her suggestion is crazy, right? In many ways, yes, but it should be noted that this is not actually her idea.
Support from evangelical Christians was always a narrow reed on which to rest Israel's fortunes in America, and now the group is collapsing.
Since he didn't include so much of the material in his story, I thought I would simply post my correspondence with Seitz-Wald here.
Avigdor Lieberman, who is taking a temporary leave of absence from driving Israel into the sea while he settles his legal affairs, has done it again.