Post Archive

October 6, 2008

Ross Douthat writes: Obama's obfuscation regarding Ayers is, in a sense, the homage that vice pays to virtue - a tacit acknowledgment of the fact that...

Sam, on Max Boot: It's really moving to read real courage where one's life and that of his family is at stake as opposed to what...

An interesting moment for Barack Obama. Everyone acknowledges he is leading. All the news stories in the past four days seem to indicate an overall...

The "I had no idea" excuse isn't working out so well for Barack Obama. Even CNN admits Bill Ayers was quite open about who he...

We've all seen a ton of these global polls showing that the rest of the world would pick Barack Obama over John McCain in a...

That is what many Republicans are asking about tomorrow's debate. Will it be the John McCain we saw in New Mexico today? This extremely hard-hitting...

I have been in Iraq the past few days, along with three other writers, visiting with Iraqi and American soldiers on the front-lines...

In case anyone thought that perhaps it was only the New York Times' political coverage that had become unprecedentedly hacky, it appears that the cancer...

Sarah Palin has gone from speaking gibberish with Katie Couric, to speaking substantively during the VP debate, to speaking with exacting truth out on the...

Yesterday, the Washington Post reported that a federal judge is considering the fate of a small group of Uighurs, Chinese Muslims, held at Guantanamo ...

This report tells the story of Barack Obama carrying water for the Chicago Housing Authority seeking a $20M grant for a project that just happened...

According to Der Spiegel, when Barack Obama made his Berlin speech last July, the following line "drew the greatest applause of any other sentence he...