Post Archive

May 13, 2008

From a Washington Times story (about the changing Middle East) quoting Sheik Yazeeb Khader, a "Hamas political activist and editor": What happened in Gaza in...

As the Iraq War has gone on and on, serious doubts have been raised within the military about whether we are becoming overly focused on...

At Slate, Anne Applebaum argues for intervention in Burma. But on her way to making a serious case for action, she takes a frivolous and...

For years Democrats have been singing John McCain's praises each time he crossed swords with the Republican establishment. Whether on torture or campaign finance or...

The Sunnis, we have been told time and time again, are in the midst of a huge freak-out when it comes to Iran, Syria, and...

Part of Barack Obama's expressed amazement over his difficulty in attracting Jewish support is his claim to adhere to positions identical to John McCain's on...

It's hard not to notice one interesting way in which Islamic supremacists have been tying themselves in rhetorical knots as they try to explain their...

Barack Obama has repeatedly expressed amazement that Jewish voters have concerns about his candidacy. He has suggested, in essence, that they are irrational--seizing on his...

The Washington Post’s Richard Cohen must be devastated. A mere week after he wrote, “Sometimes I think the best thing about Barack Obama is that...

"It's the plutonium, stupid," write Siegfried Hecker and William Perry in this morning's Washington Post. The two leading members of America's Korea fraternity argue...

Today's New York Times could find no bloody and hopeless Iraq story to run in its A section. But the paper of record weighed in...

John, I'm as realistic as any other observer about the uphill struggle John McCain faces. He's got the drag of George W. Bush's unpopularity, the...