Post Archive

July 18, 2008

When you decide and speechify first, and get input later, you sometimes run into problems. This interview with General Petraeus provides the first of many...

The shamelessness of the UN is no secret, but even its bureaucrats should have the good sense not to get caught on camera. Click here...

Ed Begley Jr., actor and super-Green advocate, has sometimes been the subject of derision, and even a TV series on his excessive devotion to environmentalism....

This must rank as one of the least surprising headlines of this election cycle. It wasn't very hard to predict that voters who: 1) are...

This is the kind of gobbledygook that ends up coming out of the mouths of those who pretend not to negotiate while negotiating: The signal that...

This is an amusing list of reasons why Barack Obama is a tough sell with men. But as Linda pointed out with regard to white voters,...

Is the Bush administration crumbling? Asia experts Liu Kin-ming and June Teufel Dreyer, in postings on the Taiwan Policy Forum listserv today, ask a...

David Brooks gives some advice to John McCain: more Benjamin Disraeli and Teddy Roosevelt. He writes: John McCain’s challenge is to recreate this model. He will...

Jennifer, the possibilities here are endless for, I dunno, internet-video satire. I'm thinking of the movie 300, about the battle of Thermopylae: Persians Iranians: We...

Earlier this week the New York Times published a story in which it asked, "What's so funny about Barack Obama? Apparently not very much, at...

Is New Yorker-gate turning into Bittergate? A smart commentator writes: "Voters in Midwestern and Rust Belt states, among others, are plenty familiar with the concepts...

The "March 14" movement is a political vehicle for Lebanon's liberals, democrats, free-market capitalists, human rights activists, and those who want an exit from the...