Post Archive

February 15, 2008

Barack Obama, who likes to remind us that he is a constitutional law expert, opined Friday on the Second Amendment and the District of Columbia...

On Wednesday, Iran’s Guardian Council, the country’s constitutional watchdog, said that it had reinstated more than 280 candidates for the March 14 parliamentary elections. ...

South African President Thabo Mbeki, who apparently doesn't have greater problems to deal with, has announced that his country will host the follow-up session to...

In his most recent report, The Situation From Iraq: A Briefing from the Battlefield, Anthony Cordesman, who holds the Arleigh A. Burke Chair in Strategy...

In the Birmingham Mail, Maureen Messent has written a ridiculous defense of the Archbishop of Canterbury’s proposal to incorporate aspects of shari'a into British law. From...

I don't often make the time to listen to The New Yorker's fiction podcast, but this month's is a treat: T. C. Boyle reading and...

Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Olmert has one of the lowest approval ratings in his country's history thanks to his disastrous prosecution of the July 2006...

Hezbollah’s very public display of affection for assassinated terrorist Imad Mughniyeh represents a stunning about-face. As Martin Kramer notes on the Middle East Strategy...

One of the many things that keep me up at night -- and anyone who thinks about the future of terrorism --  is the possibility...

Lieutenant Colonels Paul Yingling and John Nagl are two of the most interesting and provocative strategists in the armed forces today. Both Iraq veterans, they...

I sometimes think that the GOP is just better at being in the minority. Here is why. (I confess I have a soft spot for...

It’s broken and toxic, full of dirty secrets, cut off from its base and due to crash the first week of March. I’m referring, of...