Post Archive

June 2, 2008

Hillary Clinton's campaign may end today. It may end tomorrow. But it will end soon enough. It has been an improbable journey for her, from...

I am sure that the media will now focus on the very real problem that Barack Obama will have in uniting the base. After all,...

There is a strange quality to the repeated "ceasefires" between the Iraqi government and Moqtada al-Sadr. Bill Roggio reports that Iraqi and Coalition forces are...

The crowd apparently liked what it heard at AIPAC, and--contrary to the Democratic hit squad assembled to criticize the speech--thought it really was about Israel....

"For a while the world was flat," writes Roger Cohen in today's New York Times. "Now it's upside down." His thesis is simple:...

The wackiest political development this past weekend was the arbitrary division of the Michigan and Florida Democratic Convention delegates. Final result: The delegates will be...

In a media call organized by the Center for American Progress Action Fund and the National Security Network, three Democrats attacked John McCain's speech at...

cross-posted at Middle East Journal “If Yugoslavia was the laboratory of Communism, then Communism would breathe its last dying breath here in Belgrade. And to judge...

My colleague Pete Wehner has already called attention to this Washington Post article on "Basra's Wary Rebirth," but I would just like to emphasize that...

She isn't Margaret Thatcher, but Hillary Clinton is not "for turning"--that is, she is not going anywhere. At least not yet. If the speech last...

On May 20, my CONTENTIONS colleague Noah Pollak asserted that John McCain was losing the Iran policy debate to Barack Obama. McCain had framed his...

I was saddened to read of the death of William E. Odom, one of America's leading soldier-scholars. In recent years he has become known as...