Post Archive

March 25, 2008

The energy deal that Swiss energy utility company EGL signed with Iran last week has triggered criticism both inside and outside the Alpine nation. Outside...

It is becoming clear that the Trinity United Church of Christ’s anti-Israel stance represents a significant aspect of its political agenda. The blog Sweetness &...

James: If you think Andrew Sullivan may not have his finger on the pulse of average voters, perhaps Ed Koch provides better insight into...

The media certainly is rooting for Hillary Clinton to pack up and go home. The only debate is whether she has a 10% or 5%...

In the latest issue of The Atlantic, Ross Douthat has a very fine essay on what he frames as Hollywood's return to the 1970's. ...

Dmitry Medvedev, who will become Russia’s next president on May 7, warned NATO about admitting two former Soviet republics. “We are not happy about...

I’m going to piggyback on Jamie’s post about the gay Palestinian  granted temporary residence status in Israel. Seth Freedman has an excellent piece at the...

The Washington Post manages to run an entire article on the box office failure of movies about the Iraq War and the war on...

Paul Waldman, an employee of David Brock's Media Matters for America, has written a somewhat overwrought piece for The American Prospect, darkly warning that conservatives...

The IDF recently granted a 33-year old Palestinian gay man a temporary Israeli residence permit so that he could join his ailing partner in Tel...

Shedding any reticence in talking about Reverend Wright, Hillary Clinton lands a punch with an interview with the Pittsburgh Tribune-Review: "He would not have been my...

Hillary Clinton is turning up the heat on Barack Obama's efforts to thwart re-votes in Michigan and Florida. This report explains just how tough the...