Post Archive

March 13, 2008

Abe already blogged about this, but I wanted to follow up on Diana West's fretting in the Washington Times about Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad’s recent...

Actor Ed Norton on the creative impetus behind his upcoming documentary on the Obama campaign: We were all so struck by Barack's speech and talked about...

Barack Obama's main theme is that he is a new kind of politician, and that the old ones are corrupt and divisive. Well, today was...

At a brief appearance at the White House this morning, President Bush tried to turn up the heat on the House Democrats. They have proposed...

Barack Obama must have been dreading this for a long time. ABC News has uncovered several examples of unadulterated anti-American fury in the printed sermons...

The State Department has released its annual report on human rights around the world. It's not going to offer any comfort to those who,...

It's easy to have fun at Gov. Spitzer's expense, and to an extent, I too find the impulse to joke about his fall irresistible. ...

The Democrats may call it “George Bush’s war,” but a new Pew Poll reveals that most Americans think we are going to win it. 53...

Are women, especially older women, taking grievances about their own lives out on Barak Obama? One political science professor, Laura McKenna, says yes (h/t Instapundit)....

Can a deserter, a seeming traitor and a star in a propaganda film produced by a Communist dictatorship also be, in the end, an American...

Jennifer Rubin has fun at the expense of Harvard sociology professor Orlando Patterson, and his "specious" comments on Hillary Clinton's "3 a.m." TV ad. ...

There are two ways to look at the Democratic race: math and non-math. On the former, Hillary Clinton's campaign team is usually loath to talk...