Post Archive

October 31, 2008

Even as Barack Obama has attempted to project a moderate outlook on the presidential campaign trail, his leftist supporters have remained faithful to his cause....

After Election Day, the Republican Senate may be the only thing standing between Democrats and a slew of liberal wish-list items. There's some positive news...

ian, on John Podhoretz: Obama is easily the most overhyped candidate in my experience. The media loves him. The thing about polls is that they are...

Jake Tapper reports that, in Florida yesterday, Barack Obama made clear what he thinks about people who disagree with him on taxes: "The point is, though,...

Author Erica Jong and company are stressing about a McCain win: My friends Ken Follett and Susan Cheever are extremely worried. Naomi Wolf calls me every...

Yesterday, the Associated Press, relying on an intelligence assessment leaked by a member of the International Atomic Energy Agency, reported that Iran has conducted tests...

Andy McCarthy makes the case that John McCain's oversight on the funding of a Rashid Khalidi-founded organization is appreciably more benign than Barack Obama's involvement...

Charles Krauthammer lists what we would get with Barack Obama and a Democratic majority in Congress: (1) Card check, meaning the abolition of the secret ballot...

This is why it might happen. Not saying it will. 1) One poll has undecided voters at 14 percent on the last weekend, which means most...

Gerard Baker makes the case that Obama's modest polling lead reveals the inherent conservatism of American political instincts: Or put it another way: it has taken...

The polls, and more importantly the poll spinners, create the illusion that each presidential candidate already has X percent of the vote and the task,...