Post Archive

October 14, 2008

Diane, on Linda Chavez: By the way, I sense that the tide is changing in the MSM. Now that their darling is the frontrunner and McCain...

It's barely news that Jesse Jackson shares political convictions with Mahmoud Ahamdinejad. It was almost 25 years ago that Jackson called New York City "hymietown,"...

At a time when many people are saying Barack Obama's past associations with radical figures doesn't matter -- and even that it shouldn't matter -...

Whether intentionally or not Jesse Jackson is causing problems again for Barack Obama. The latest from the New York Post: Jackson believes that, although "Zionists who...

One of the unheralded successes of the past 18 months in Iraq has come in the unglamorous realm of detainee operations. Along with the surge...

John and Linda, I entirely concur and remain puzzled by what dividing line or rationale keeps John McCain from raising Reverend Wright but condones the...

Yesterday, members of the European Union discussed restarting talks with Moscow about a broad pact covering a range of issues from trade to human rights. ...

Lots of voters may be concerned about a Barack Obama presidency combined with a Democratic Congress. Still, they might rationalize: "Oh, we're out of money...

The decision by the McCain campaign to put the Rev. Wright issue off limits tells me that McCain, once again, would rather lose an election...

It is going to be hard for Christopher Hitchens to tout his contrarian credentials after bringing every well-worn and unfounded cliché to bear in his...

John McCain's economic speech in Pennsylvania today is actually quite bold and employs some effective rhetoric. On the positive side he finally sets forth a...

Jen, surely you jest -- government has had a hands-off policy toward financial institutions? Sarbanes-Oxley, in 2002, certainly wasn't hands-off. Executive compensation is already capped...