Post Archive

June 9, 2008

John McCain is notoriously hard to keep on message and stick to the script. If he doesn't want to talk about social issues, he isn't...

First the Obama camp and their media cheerleaders denied there was a Jewish problem for Barack Obama. Then they admitted (well, it was hard not...

Way back in the 20th century, in 1973 to be exact, President Nixon did something brilliant: he selected William F. Buckley, Jr. to serve a...

Marc Ambinder suggests it may be harder than it sounds to dump James Johnson and shut down the growing scandal because " [i]n supervising the...

The lead story in the New York Times this morning reports that the people worst hit by $4.00-a-gallon gasoline are those living in rural areas,...

Positive developments in the War on Terror seem to be multiplying by the day. There is a piece in today's New York Times about the progress...

Sen. Richard Burr (R-NC) and McCain senior policy advisor Doug Holtz-Eakin held a conference call to respond to the Barack Obama economic speech today. Holtz-Eakin...

Back in 2004--when the United States and France were on such bad terms that Congress had renamed its potato wedges "freedom fries"--Paris and Washington managed...

The cable news and other media outlets have latched on to the Obama-James Johnson story. Actually, there was plenty to ponder about James Johnson...

Eli Lake has written a tremendously important story in today's New York Sun. Sheik Ahmad al-Rishawi, leader of the Anbar movement that grew into an...

Barack Obama and his media cohorts have been playing gotcha with John McCain's advisors who are or were lobbyists. It is obvious that he wants...

"The early months of 2009 may well be the most precarious period in recent American history," write Richard Armitage and Michele Flournoy in today's Washington...