Post Archive

March 4, 2008

Journalists love a good story, right? Just love one. Love the competition. Love a good race, especially in politics. Yes, there's nothing like conflict --...

I don't know which Democratic candidate will win which state, but I can say they have both done a bang up job misinforming the voters...

So far Hillary Clinton is ahead--not in votes, but complaints. She has the Ohio Secretary of State on Barack Obama's case and she is setting...

Barack Obama’s faith in his own abilities seems as impressionistic and casual as that of his zombified acolytes. ABC News has some interesting quotes from...

The exciting piece of foreign policy reportage to hit the presses this week is David Rose's account in Vanity Fair of the covert strategy the...

Last week at a campaign event, John McCain was asked to comment on the connection between Autism and the presence of mercury in childhood vaccines....

David Brooks smartly analyzes the difference between Barack Obama's politics and Hillary Clinton's, recollecting their very distinct styles at Iowa's Jefferson-Jackson dinner in November: But Obama...

With the Texas and Ohio primaries now upon us, the painfully uninteresting Bill Richardson Endorsement Watch can officially come to close. Indeed, despite doing...

The ever-diplomatic Barack Obama seems to have just backpedaled slightly on diplomacy. Ynet reports that Obama now shares George W. Bush’s policy of rejecting talks...

Hillary Clinton took time out last night to appear on "The Daily Show" with Jon Stewart. Neither she or he was all that funny, but--perhaps...

Question: What is the most extraordinary thing about the following extraordinary sentence? BAGHDAD — After almost five years of war, many young people in Iraq, exhausted...

Why do some government officials, entrusted with classified materials, choose to funnel them to reporters in violation of their oaths of secrecy and in violation...