Post Archive

September 7, 2007

The great Charles Krauthammer—and I’m not being ironic: I really do think he’s a great columnist and thinker—has an article today claiming that “Iraq is...

James Abourezk is a co-founder of the American-Arab Anti-Discrimination Committee and a former United States Senator: he represented South Dakota for one term, from 1973...

John Edwards’s vision of American economic suffering is neatly summed up in this quote, from 2004 campaign: Today, under George W. Bush, there are two Americas,...

In his column in the most recent issue of National Journal, Jonathan Rauch admonishes Congressional Democrats: Here is something that Democrats might want to think about...

Does David Remnick, editor of the New Yorker, tell us anything more about the “peculiar fantasies” entertained by John Mearsheimer and Stephen Walt in their...

Fred Kagan, of the American Enterprise Institute, has become one of the most prolific and influential voices when it comes to Iraq policy. Just keeping...

Yesterday, President Bush announced that he had accepted an invitation from Hu Jintao to attend the 2008 Olympics, which will be held next August in...

Madeleine Albright writes in the Washington Post that she can’t figure out what our troops are fighting for in Iraq. “A cynic might suggest that the...

Last week, the European Parliament hosted a conference sponsored by the Committee on the Exercise of the Inalienable Rights of the Palestinian People (or CEI),...

The jailing yesterday for three weeks of Dr. Chee Soon Juan, leader of the Singapore Democratic Party (SDP), which international media have reported and their...