Post Archive

May 22, 2008

Barack Obama and John McCain are on opposite sides of a legislative battle over veterans' benefits, particularly educational incentives for personnel who re-enlist. Obama took...

I don't want belabor my dispute with Jeff Goldberg of The Atlantic, but I note that another one of the Atlantic's liberal bloggers agrees with...

Once Barack Obama's appeasement issue completes its turn through the most recent news cycle, the presumptive Democratic nominee will have to face a more worrisome...

Here's what Hillary Clinton said yesterday, speaking of the Democratic National Committee's refusal to seat delegates elected in the rogue Florida and Michigan Democratic primaries: “We’re...

The Washington Post has yet another front page "Bad Lobbyist Works For McCain" story. What is missing: any indication that John McCain ever capitulated to...

Yesterday's Qatari-sponsored agreement among Lebanese factions represents a major victory for Hezbollah and Syria. After all, both parties finally got what they had long...

Reuters reports “Syria rejects Israeli conditions for peace deal.” (Of course, many skeptics did not think that the peace talks would amount to anything, and...

It may be the McCain camp's least favorite publication, but they would be hard pressed to come up with pieces that better serve their current...

Moshe Arens, the Likudnik who was thrice Israel's defense minister, has a bracing op-ed in Haaretz in which he reminds those who insist that terrorism...

The Islamic Republic News Agency (IRNA) reports that two organizations at Tehran University will host a May 26th conference on "Israel's End" in order...

Robert Novak spots two signals from the McCain camp: they will come out blazing about Barack Obama's odd associations(Bill Ayers specifically) and they aren't going...

In a story from the Associated Press we read this: The Al Qaeda terror group in Iraq appears to be at its weakest state since it...