Post Archive

May 7, 2008

The evidence is overwhelming that Barack Obama will be the nominee. We are entering the stage where clearly devoted supporters are quietly urging Hillary Clinton...

England's Cambridge University and Edinburgh University have accepted a £16 million endowment from Saudi Prince Al-Walid to create Islamic study centers that "aim to carry...

Among the most peculiar aspects of the very peculiar Democratic nomination contest now drawing to a close has been Hillary Clinton's transformation into a beer-drinking,...

In the December 2007 issue of the Atlantic, Mark Ambinder wrote a piece on Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama's relationship in the Senate. It was...

Congressman Heath Shuler of North Carolina, a former NFL quarterback, has just backed Hillary Clinton.  This means that Shuler is about as good at picking...

Lebanon is in turmoil again today, but this time the turmoil is clearer than it has been in the past. As things stand right now,...

1. Barack Obama will be the Democratic nominee for President. That was clear before yesterday; absent a complete and unforeseen disaster, it's a...

When the vast quantities of baroque rhetoric that accumulate around the peace process are distilled, a basic formula for progress remains: Israel must cease building...

In a media call today, Clinton advisors Howard Wolfson and Geoff Garin tried to make the case that it's full steam ahead for HRC. Wolfson...

Between them, Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton have generated more than 30 million primary votes. To say there has never been anything like this is...

We have known what Barack Obama's message is for a year: change. Change Washington's political culture, change the way we engage our enemies, change the...

For nearly a week, the Israeli Prime Minister's office has been shrouded in scandal--a scandal so major, we've been told, that it will probably be...