Post Archive

February 13, 2008

I think we can all agree that leaving the campaign trail to give a paid speech in the Cayman Islands to an "unnamed organization" (h/t...

Political and policy debates in America are too often conducted either with soundbites or speeches. There is not much tradition in this country of Oxford-style...

The first from David Schenker: The fact that Mughniyah was killed in Damascus highlights the Asad regime’s increasing difficulties in protecting the terrorists they provide with...

Why isn't Hillary Clinton competing more strenuously in Wisconsin? She camped out in Texas last night and is not setting foot in Wisconsin until Saturday....

In case you haven’t heard, conservative talk radio has this wee problem with John McCain. Actually, it’s been hard to hear – or read –...

The big news on Capitol Hill today is Roger Clemens’ sworn testimony before the House Oversight Committee regarding his alleged steroids use. Clemens faces an uphill...

In 1977, Time Magazine welcomed the election of Menahem Begin in Israel by offering a helpful guide to pronouncing the new leader's name with a...

By a simple process of elimination, it seems implausible that anyone other than Israel was behind the operation that killed Imad Mughniyeh in Damascus last...

“Pioneers of Tomorrow,” the same Hamas children's TV show that brought us Farfur the jihadist mouse, has now introduced Assud the Jew-eating rabbit. Here’s CNSNews: In...

John McCain in the blogger call today and in a press conference earlier in the week went to great pains to avoid saying Mike Huckabee...

Yesterday, Steven Spielberg announced that he had severed his role as artistic advisor to this year’s Summer Olympics, which begins in August. “I find...

Just to follow up on Max Boot's post about the assassination of Imad Mughniyeh, a major Hizballah figure. The Israeli news channels are talking about...