Post Archive

February 20, 2008

The New York Times came out with its Drudge-previewed piece about John McCain's alleged dealings with a female lobbyist, and the McCain campaign immediately and...

One of the weirdest stories of last year was the mysterious tale of the noose found on the door of a Teachers College professor...

One of the most telling differences between the Left and the Right--at least among political journalists--is that the Left lacks a sense of humor. Case...

Say goodbye EPPC, or AEI, or CEIP, or CFR. Say hello to the think tank with the best name in the busines -- the Acronym...

Fidel Castro’s surprise withdrawal from a formal role in the Cuban government has, predictably, triggered calls for a reassessment of the American embargo. “A...

With only the slighest acknowledgment that Hillary Clinton is still running, John McCain is beginning his general election race against Barack Obama. He was in...

Capping off a week of Muslim riots in Denmark, a bomb was detonated in a Copenhagen suntan shop this morning. In an earlier post, I...

To date, Barack Obama may be the luckiest man in politics. He ran for Senate against Alan Keyes. In his presidential primary race he drew...

Last night on MSNBC, Chris Matthews provided an indispensable peek into the chasm at the center of the Barack Obama candidacy. More than that, the...

The Jerusalem Post reports that in “yet another verbal attack against Israel, Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad called the Jewish state a ‘filthy bacteria’ whose sole...

Today Iraqpundit weighs in on Samantha Power's Salon interview, and her declaration that the problems of the Middle East revolve around the Israeli-Arab conflict: Ah, that...

The New York Philharmonic will be playing in Pyongyang next Tuesday. Lorin Maazel, its music director, notes in an op-ed in today’s Wall Street Journal...