Post Archive

January 9, 2008

I had a strong sense of trouble lurking beneath the surface when a Singaporean colleague recently wrote me about the growing numbers of Chinese from...

From Andy Borowitz, the funniest man on the Internet: Hillary Schedules Official Crying Jag for South Carolina Launches ‘Sniffling Tour’ Before SuperDuper Tuesday Saying that she has learned...

Independents are a huge factor in Michigan, and the reason why I think John McCain will win there next week. The Democratic primary is non-existent...

Yuval Levin questions Dan Casse's contention that John McCain's victory in New Hampshire demonstrates the centrality of Iraq in the election. He uses data from...

Aspiring world leaders frequently summon star power to help them on the campaign trail. As we’ve seen during the current presidential primaries season, certain...

I suspect that it's difficult for critics to assess "charity lit" as honestly as they ought to. I'm referring to books like Nick Hornby's Speaking...

David and Max, allow me to jump into this discussion and share a couple of thoughts on the Gaza disengagement: Israel's great mistake, in my...

This morning, the New York Times reacted to Iran’s recent naval maneuvers in the Strait of Hormuz. On Monday, U.S. officials reported that five...

There is, alas, vanishingly little to say about Bush's visit to Israel, the most profound effect of which, I feel safe predicting, will be traffic...

Embarassed by its confident predictions of an Obama victory, the mainstream media these past few days has resurrected the supposed "Bradley Effect" as an explanation...

Daniel Casse argues that McCain’s victory shows that Republican voters know that Iraq needs to be their top priority. “John McCain won because he stuck...

I just got off a conference call with John McCain, and, interestingly, the Senator seemed more sober in his new frontrunner status than he did...