Post Archive

June 5, 2008

Who knows? Perhaps sensing she had gone too far with the high-pressure tactics, Hillary Clinton is now disclaiming responsibility for the strong-arm efforts to get...

Out of over twenty debates that Barack Obama has participated in, he has yet to come away with a decisive victory. John McCain, aiming to...

In today's Wall Street Journal, Senators John Kerry and Chuck Hagel argue that President Bush should engage Syria in direct diplomatic dialogue. After Iraq invaded Kuwait...

Former Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld talked a lot about the need for good management in this sprawling government bureaucracy. His successor, Bob Gates, seems to...

Well, Abe, I think there is a semi-serious but very faulty presumption which Andrew Sullivan and other Barack Obama supporters make. They assume but do...

Yes he can! From Andrew’s recorded conversation with Marc Ambinder: I think all politicians that want to be president of the United States are egomaniacs. I mean...

In a persuasive op-ed in the Wall Street Journal Pete Hegseth, chairman of Vets for Freedom (which has run ads criticizing Barack Obama for not...

Today, Syria told the 35-nation Board of Governors of the International Atomic Energy Agency that its inspectors may not visit three facilities of interest to...

Senator Obama's speech on Tuesday in St. Paul, when he finally locked up the Democratic presidential nomination, was typical: rhetorically powerful, well-delivered, with some clever...

At RealClear, John McWhorter has a piece about what Barack Obama's nomination illustrates: racism is in serious retreat. He writes: Some may mistake me as implying...

David Broder, as many others have observed, noted the rough time Barack Obama has had of late: Obama limped into the nomination as a vulnerable and...

Interviewed about the Iranian President's visit to Rome, Italy's new defense minister Ignazio La Russa reaffirmed Europe's commitment to sanctions--and hinted at the need for...