Post Archive

October 28, 2008

Noam Scheiber is apparently the one exception among prematurely jubilant Obama supporters: In the last few days, pretty much every tracking poll I trust (WaPo, Gallup,...

Diane, on Peter Wehner: Here's a purely academic question: Assuming America will need to sow its "redistributive" oats before it can come back to its senses,...

Outgoing administrations typically experience a decline in their international power during their waning months in office for two key reasons. First, the sitting administration...

In a recent op-ed in the Washington Post, I wrote that while Republicans will, in all likelihood, take a drubbing next week, America remains a...

On Saturday, the New York Times published an obituary for Lou Dorfsman, the designer responsible for CBS's brand identity for over 40 years.  Accompanying the...

Bad news for our kind and supportive European partners. Even though Der Spiegel ran a cover story about the cost of American arrogance, and the...

Whoops: Joe Biden is in the news again. You know that's a bad thing for Barack Obama. Apparently, Biden forgot that the official campaign definition...

One week ago, the Zogby tracking poll had Barack Obama beating John McCain by almost 10 points among likely voters. Today, it's a four-point game....

Word comes that some of the $700B in bailout money may be used to rescue auto companies. The auto companies aren't "banks" so the Fed...

There have been a number of absurd reasons given recently by self-described conservatives who are endorsing the most liberal member of the U.S....

This account of Barack Obama's rather robotic demeanor and lack of candor with the press left me thinking something is terribly wrong--with the press. I...

Barack Obama, the most liberal member of the U.S. Senate last year, has done a brilliant job of presenting himself as a moderate during...