Post Archive

April 11, 2008

Well, it has finally happened. Barack Obama has done what Democratic candidates for president invariably do -- he has revealed the profound sense of unearned ...

In his latest column, E.J. Dionne of the Washington Post writes about the testimonies of General Petraeus and Ambassador Crocker and Iraq more broadly. It's...

Put me down, first and foremost, as a Charles Krauthammer fan. But his latest column in my opinion is lacking in the unsparing analytic rigor...

How did Barack Obama describe the good people of rural Pennsylvania and other similar spots? This is what he had to say: “And it’s not surprising...

While the international community is busy hammering out a new and more attractive package of incentives for Iran, the Times of London reports on the...

Barack Obama declined today to comment on Jimmy Carter's upcoming love-in with Khaled Meshal in Damascus, and in doing so reiterated his view that Hamas is...

At a campaign stop in Philadelphia today, Hillary Clinton proposed an anti-crime package that would put 100,000 more cops on the streets of the U.S. It's...

“It is time to admit the truth,” Charles Krauthammer writes this morning. “The Bush administration’s attempt to halt Iran’s nuclear program has failed. ...

Others have remarked on the prospect of Jimmy Carter meeting with Hamas and Barack Obama's disinclination to criticize him for it. (We should be gratified,...

The only mortal sin in politics is hypocrisy. Conservatives, especially social conservatives, have been easy targets for their sexual peccadilloes (which the media contrast with...

Today in World Net Daily, Pat Buchanan ties himself into a knot about the prospects of a war with Iran. He begins, “The neocons may...

Bill Clinton, in his latest gaffe-athon, dredges up the worst story of the campaign for his wife (Snipergate), sprinkles in his own lies, and gives...