Post Archive

May 2, 2008

In the joint interview with her husband on the Today show on Thursday, Michelle Obama had this to say: The fundamental changes that he has made...

“Ideology matters again,” Robert Kagan writes in today’s Washington Post. “Autocracy is making a comeback.” The influential analyst focused on China and Russia...

In this post about how Barack Obama's disposition plays out on national security and economic issues, I quibbled with Chris Matthew's interpretation of Obama's declining...

In the face of considerable evidence that Barack Obama is a strangely passive, remote, and rather wimpy candidate, some have taken to fantasizing about what...

• One of the many sins for which the baby boomers must someday answer is the extent to which their chronic self-absorption has devalued the...

It's important to consider Hillary Clinton's recent comments on Iraq in the larger context of her Iraq rhetoric over the past five years. There's a...

If you're like me, you probably don't see enough of Arianna Huffington. Or hear her voice as much as you'd like. Even with her website,...

Hillary Clinton snags the endorsement of perhaps the most important Indiana paper, the Indianapolis Star. In an endorsement which is quite useful in spelling out...

In the current issue of Foreign Affairs, Ken Roth of Human Rights Watch presents the maximalist position of civil liberties advocates when it comes to...

In the aftermath of Reverend Jeremiah Wright's stunning reemergence as an obstacle to Barack Obama's presidential prospects, left-wing pundits have settled on a new strategy...

Barack Obama's greatest cheerleader writes: "Wright is doubtless a complex figure: you cannot deny his theological depth, his intellectual gifts, his service in the Marines, his...