Post Archive

April 29, 2008

One of the things we're learning about Barack Obama is that while he is brilliantly skilled in many ways, he is not especially adept. He...

I am not alone in recognizing that what seems to have gotten Barack Obama particularly peeved is that Reverand Wright made a spectacle of himself...

Doug Holtz-Eakin, senior policy advisor, and Carly Fiorina, RNC Victory 2008 Chair and former Hewlett-Packard CEO, held a conference call today as part of John...

Barack Obama has finally, finally thrown Reverend Wright under the proverbial bus. How low did the poll numbers go? How many superdelegates had to warn...

Today, Mahmoud Ahmadinejad arrived in New Delhi on his first official visit there. On the agenda is the 1,625-mile gas pipeline that will connect...

We've all been overreacting to Jeremiah Wright. He's not a dangerously influential peddler of paranoia and hate. He's just a goofy TV character. At least...

John McCain is trying his best to shift from his single-minded focus on foreign policy to a broader agenda that will appeal to key independent...

In order for satire to work, it must exaggerate the faults and foibles of its subject. Which is why this satirical piece appearing today at...

Last Friday, Moscow warned Georgia that it would use force to protect its "compatriots" in Abkhazia and South Ossetia, two regions that have essentially broken...

You have to give Barack Obama credit for one thing. He practices what he preaches. He has said he wants America to engage in unqualified...

The November National Intelligence Estimate on Iran declared flatly in its opening sentence that ‘We judge with high confidence that in fall 2003, Tehran halted...

Yesterday's Supreme Court ruling upholding the Indiana state voting law requiring a photo ID is significant for many reasons. Some of the most noteworthy are...