Post Archive

July 29, 2008

In connection with an article coming out in tomorrow's New York Times, reporter Jodi Kantor has uploaded materials from Professor Barack Obama's constitutional law classes...

You were distressed that the Republicans have been captured by the net of corruption and pork barrel spending personified by the Alaskan Bridge to Nowhere?...

"The big powers are going down," Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad said today in Tehran at the meeting of the foreign ministers of the 100-member Nonaligned...

Over at the outstanding MESH blog, Martin Kramer is keeping tabs on examples of the myth of linkage. Part of his latest entry: What does the...

It is the view of Time magazine's leading political columnist, and a former friendly acquaintance of mine, that bloggers on this site are more dangerous and threatening to...

Ben Smith has the scoop on the pleas from Hillary Clinton supporters who want a roll call at the Convention, and the threats and rage...

The Wall Street Journal -- in its never-ending quest to warn voters of the danger and folly of universal health care shemes -- goes...

Numerous "Viewers Like You" and PBS ombudsman (who knew that such a job even existed?) Michael Getler are deeply perturbed about my July 21 appearance...

Today in the New York Times, Rachel L. Swarns yawns through the following lede as if she were reporting on the amount of old subway...

General David Petraeus tells USA Today that overall violence in Iraq is declining toward "normal" levels. "If you could reduce these sensational attacks further, I...

In February, a Gallup poll of 50,000 Muslims from around the world made headlines by revealing that only 7 percent of those surveyed were radical....

News of the near $500B deficit gap will restoke the argument over whether voters care about fiscal discipline and restraining the size of giovernment. Republicans...