Post Archive

April 18, 2008

In keeping her commitment to run the worst presidential campaign in recent memory, Hillary Clinton has once again refused to step aside and let media...

There’s an interesting piece over at the Jawa Report arguing that we’d be best served by conceptually dividing the Iraq War into two Iraq Wars....

Peter, this isn't the first time in this campaign the media has betrayed its own stated ideals in order to help out Barack Obama. Recall...

The New York Times opinion page is not kind to Barack Obama today. First, David Brooks reviews the carnage from the debate: He sprinkled his debate...

You often hear from antiwar advocates that the American success in recruiting Sunnis to join the Awakening (Sahwa) movement is illusory. Those men are...

Jimmy Carter's terrorist outreach tour of the Middle East has brought the purse-mouthed preacher man to Cairo, where he uttered a lie that has been...

In an article today, Howard Kurtz of the Washington Post cites various media figures--from Tom Shales of the Post to Greg Mitchell of Editor &...

It's one thing for supporters to complain. It's another for campaign operatives to pout. But it's quite another for the candidate to do it. Yesterday,...

The London Times reports that the Royal Navy has been ordered by the Foreign Office not to detain pirates because doing so "may breach their...

Yesterday, following meetings with Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak and another Hamas delegation, Jimmy Carter blasted American attitudes regarding the Israeli-Palestinian conflict. "My country, the...

Hillary Clinton, perhaps in jest, suggested yesterday that those knocking on doors on her behalf might say "She's really nice." What about "She's not as...

We have already noted here and in the Weekly Standard that a fox is guarding the hen house. Richard Immerman, a far-Left professor of history...