Post Archive

October 27, 2008

There were few people whose work I enjoyed reading as much as Dean's. It was always fresh, invariably witty, and never cruel or mean-spirited. But my...

Am I missing something, or is Christopher Hitchens actually resting his case for Barack Obama on what he finds unpleasant about Sarah Palin's church? Videos taken...

Senator Ted Stevens has been found guilty on all seven counts of making false statements on disclosure accounts. The failure to force Stevens' resignation and...

purple microdot, on Abe Greenwald: to all -I'm a former republican voter (1994 through 2006) that will be supporting Obama this year. Regardless of...

Jihad al-Khazen has rightly been described as "an outspoken apologist for Middle Eastern terrorist groups like Hamas, Islamic Jihad, and Hezbollah." A...

It is heartbreaking to report that Dean Barnett, one of the early stars of the conservative blogosphere, died this afternoon at the age of 41...

This morning, the New York Times advised China to rebalance its economy, shifting it away from exports and toward domestic consumption. "Consumer spending amounts...

No aspect of counterinsurgency warfare is more vexing--or more important--than trying to prevent cross-border infiltrations. If there is one factor, more than any...

Media critic Bernie Goldberg gets to the heart of the media bias problem: the Democratic ticket doesn't get asked hard questions by the MSM, and...

The Wisconsin Project on Nuclear Arms Control has put together a "nuclear timetable" for Iran's nuclear program. According to their study, "[b]ased on the...

As I have previously written, the tentative security accord between the U.S. and Iraq contains some cause for concern-and nowhere more so than in...

It's bad enough that various finger-to-the-wind Republicans--like Colin Powell, Bill Weld, Chris Buckley, Ken Adelman, and Scott McCellan--are rushing to get on the...