Daniel Johnson compares two sisters, one a vociferous campaigner against Israel, the other a towering figure in Judaeo-Christian thought

Acclaimed poet Paul Muldoon may be a dazzling wordsmith, but his verse is all style and no substance

France’s First Lady lives a pampered, cloistered existence and regularly abuses her privileged position

The French aesthete is hardly deserving of acolytic praise, such was his emphasis on style over substance

The author of The Black Swan, so fashionable among credulous capitalists and gullible politicians, is by turns banal and bombastic

The Hungarian-American billionaire philanthropist devotes his vast wealth to a campaign against the West and its values

The British screenwriter’s coarse emotionalism has seen his latest effort blow up in his face

A tale of two émigrés: One of whom wanted to subvert the British State, while the other embraced it

The Greens’ first MP — Lucas’s hypocrisy and cultural relativism have led her to collude with extremists and fundamentalists

Does David Cameron know that one of the inspirations for his “Big Society” was a Marxist who wanted to overthrow Western society?