Post Archive

June 26, 2008

Amid the insanity that has become the status of forces debate, Fouad Ajami brings much-needed clarity to the discussion of a continued military presence in...

Fulfilling its historic role as a nonpartisan watchdog against anti-Semitism, the Anti-Defamation League has acted quickly in the case of Joe Klein and his...

Today's Supreme Court decision will cause a welcome experiment to be played out in the coming years, and I would like to make a prediction:...

This report details the knots which Barack Obama has tied himself up in on the gun issue. He now disavows a prior comment indicating he...

At NRO, Victor Davis Hanson diagnoses our society as being in a chronic state of hesitation, a nation of "Jittery Hamlets:" The causes of this paralysis...

I want to second John's wholly appropriate reference to Justice Scalia as "the most distinguished and vibrant public intellectual in the United States." The best...

There will be a great deal to say about today's landmark Supreme Court decision, the first in American history that explicitly finds in the Constitution...

The Supreme Court's 5-4 decision striking down the D.C. gun ban is noteworthy both for what it did and did not do. It did establish...

Jennifer Rubin, Paul Mirengoff at Powerline, and Pete Wehner at National Review have all weighed in cogently on Joe Klein's outrageous assertion, which he refuses...

Rolling Stone founder and publisher Jann Wenner interviewed Barack Obama recently, and the little bit that's available on-line is enough to earn Wenner a lifetime...

One part of Barack Obama's reformer image -- his devotion to public financing -- has gone by the wayside. But what about transparency, the favorite...

"We've done enough damage. All we can do is send food," writes Simon Jenkins in The Guardian, regarding the crisis in Zimbabwe. The "we" is...