Post Archive

January 7, 2008

In Britain’s Times Online, Tim Hames takes a narrative approach in analyzing the probability of a Republican comeback, and determines that the GOP can, in...

Today, Islamabad issued a warning that it will not allow any other country to conduct military operations inside Pakistan’s borders. “This has been conveyed...

While I share Pete Wehner's enthusiasm for the possible demise of the Clinton era, I think dancing on Hillary Clinton's political grave is premature. Yes,...

Hard to say where he's been the past month, but watch this clip from last night's Republican forum on Fox News and you'll see why...

Everyone in Washington praises courage in the abstract, but real courage in practice is rare and seldom rewarded. John McCain has repeatedly exhibited admirable bravery...

Norman Finkelstein, freshly liberated from the humdrum of academic life by way of being denied tenure at De Paul University, has taken his hate-Israel routine...

I was cheered to read David Hazony’s report that terrorism against Israel hit a new low in 2007, with both Israeli and Palestinian deaths down....

The latest collapse of nuclear negotiations with North Korea provides some clear lessons, but we are not learning them. The New Year began with the flat...

The Obama wave, which has been building for months, reached the proportions of a tidal wave after Iowa. It is now about to submerge, sink,...

Are we facing another scandal akin to Abu Ghraib or, at the very least, Guantanamo? The front page of the New York Times carries a...

The Argentine writer Jorge Luis Borges (1899–1986) was original to a degree that should enchant and intimidate anyone who reads his stories and poems. Many...

Among the many baseball players named in last month’s Mitchell Report as steroid users, one name stood out in particular: Roger Clemens. According to...