Post Archive

August 11, 2008

Christopher Hitchens reminds us where things stand in Iraq: I think we should be glad that the luridly sadistic and aggressive Saddam Hussein regime is no...

The reaction of certain left-wing pundits to Russia’s invasion of Georgia would be amusing if it weren’t so pathetic. Instead of exercising their rhetorical skills...

From J.E. Dyer, on Max Boot: Let’s keep a few things straight. First, Russia has not been a help with Iran. Russia is not our ally in...

This ad retort from the Obama camp seems awfully lame. First, even liberal pundits concede that it just reinforces the celebrity theme, stepping on his...

One of the world's most powerful nations has invaded a small, democratic neighbor. The war is widening by the day. Some commentators are already suggesting...

Going hand-in-hand with liberal pundit angst about the merits of The One, there seems to be an outbreak of candid concern among Barack Obama's Senate...

President Bush's reaction to the invasion of a pro-Western, democratic nation isn't going to cut it. This is what he had to say today: I...

The New York Sun editors' imaginations runs wild: what if the superdelegates switch to Hillary Clinton at the Convention? Well, the chances of that happening...

Richard Just over at TNR is doing a masterful job sorting through a long list of Darfur-related literature, and recapping the failure of the international...

Some of those Hillary Clinton voters still aren't sold on The One. Hard to argue with this: "In the end, the much-derided MSM were superfluous, their...

E.J. Dionne is the latest liberal pundit to reach the stark conclusion: "The one contest McCain can win is an election about Obama." It is...

Conventional wisdom treated Medvedev's inauguration as president of the Russian Federation as a continuation of President Vladimir Putin's two terms of Kremlin dominance and assertive...