Post Archive

August 17, 2008

Quentin Tarantino's newest film, which starts filming momentarily, looks interesting: Inglorious Bastards, in a nutshell, focuses on the escapades of eight Jewish-American soldiers who are parachuted...

Few remarks in President George W. Bush's presidency have been mocked as roundly as his effusive praise for Vladimir Putin early in his first term:...

Chuck Todd gets to the nub of the matter, commenting on the McCain team's new attitude and willingness to overlook grousing from ex-advisor John Weaver...

The former president of Italy, Francesco Cossiga, has admitted that under his authority as interior minister and later president in the 1970s and 1980s, his...

"History, it seems, is back, and not so obviously on our side." So writes the thoughtful Bill Keller in today's New York Times. ...

As Robert Kagan pointedly remarks, the war in Georgia demonstrates the growing power of newly crafted economically reformed but politically authoritarian regimes: In the long run,...

John Edwards' money man and "spontaneous" gift giver to his former (I think?) mistress certainly has helped a lot of Democrats. They may regret it. Learning...

George Will has some fine advice for John McCain and some probing questions for Barack Obama: He should ask Obama to join him in a town meeting...

From skeptical conservatives to many of the MSM outlets to Obama defenders (if the most ardent admirer of Obama signaled a "draw" you can bet it's a sign...