Post Archive

April 23, 2008

John McCain is walking a fine line. He and his campaign seem convinced that the "McCain brand" is their most valuable commodity. That brand is...

It’s rare that Americans get to pore over a screed of up-to-date anti-U.S. hysteria as unapologetically caustic and lovingly detailed as this rant by Sir...

Barack Obama's campaign chief David Axelrod says "We don't win white males anyway." But Democrats can, if they are successful, carry rural voters,women, seniors, Catholics...

Last night was an almost perfect outcome for the GOP. Hillary Clinton won by a wide enough margin to keep her in the hunt, infuse...

The Bush administration has had more than its share of disastrous personnel moves. You might call it "Brownie Syndrome," after Michael Brown, the FEMA chief...

A few hours ago, the International Atomic Energy Agency announced a “milestone” agreement with Iran. According to IAEA spokeswoman Melissa Fleming, the U.N. nuclear...

Apparently John Podhoretz and I weren't the only ones underwhelmed by David Barstow's 7,600-word magnum opus in Sunday's New York Times. (The piece detailed how...

Hillary has her ten-point win. Pennsylvania is a big, important state, a testing ground for white, blue-collar support. And Hillary’s win entitles her to stay...

According to exit polls, Hillary Clinton beat Barack Obama 55-45% among Pennsylvania's Jewish voters. Now the Obamaphile spinners will rejoice, saying this proves that he...

This has not been a good few weeks for the North Korean nuclear accord, which Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice apparently hopes will be one...

After the arrest and conviction of Jonathan Pollard in 1986, it became an article of faith within the FBI and some other portions of the...

The morning after her big win Hillary Clinton is making the case that the race has begun anew. Her e-mail blast includes this: And with both...