Post Archive

February 11, 2008

Two documents seized from Al Qaeda in Iraq members and released by coalition forces reveal that the world’s most deadly terrorist organization has fallen on...

An editorial that appeared today in the New York Sun goes a long way toward straightening out the record on what it calls “a kerfuffle...

Page one of today’s Wall Street Journal features a piece by Monica Langley about Barack and Michelle Obama. The article is intended as a portrait...

I just got back from the Munich Security Conference, an annual meeting of defense officials and policy wonks from both sides of the Atlantic. This...

In at least one important sense, Barack Obama really does represent a new breed of politician, and Hillary Clinton an old one: campaigning. While Hillary has...

When Israel sealed Gaza in response to continued Qassam rocket assaults last month, I argued that Ehud Olmert’s government had run out of ideas. ...

Here and there among liberal pundits are suggestions that there is less than meets the eye in the Barack Obama message. If you lose Paul...

We can speculate as to why Mike Huckabee is remaining in the race. (He needs over 80% of the remaining delegates to win so the...

Embarrassing. Last night, Ms. Couric interviewed Hillary Clinton for “60 Minutes.” Given the level of access and deference that show receives, both Couric’s Clinton interview...

Operating under the law of unintended consequences, the Clintons’ divisive identity politics may have done John McCain a great favor. Their unapologetic apportioning of various...

So, against my predictions, the Winograd Commission report came and went, and Ehud Olmert's government weathered the storm, right? Not so fast. It is true...

Barack Obama is making the argument to superdelegates and adoring groups of voters that he is more electable of the two Democratic candidates and that...