Post Archive

November 3, 2008

An academic who has devoted his recent "research" to exposing the "Israel lobby" applauds Barack Obama’s March 18 speech on race and Jeremiah Wright for...

He surely didn't plan it this way, but one sign of Barack Obama's political genius -- even if accidental -- is the developing role of...

Noah, I think the lesson here is that professional ad people are not nearly as talented and effective as many bloggers. Perhaps in 2012, the...

Islam Online asked a bunch of American Muslims to name their candidate and explain why they're supporting him. The answers are fascinating. Here are some...

Over at the Weekly Standard blog, Mary Katharine Ham has posted a short video that is the product of a very simple and ingenious idea:...

Eric Baum, on John Podhoretz: I'm in a state that last went for a Republican when Dukakis was on the ballot, and I've seen Obama ads...

For an employee of Newsweek and a contributor to the New York Review of Books--both publications that typically veer between conventional pabulum and...

If you're a sports fan like me, the coming of Election Day probably feels a lot like the end of baseball season. So, just...

Will America abandon long-term ally Japan? Unfortunately, Washington's most important alliance in Asia is in jeopardy. "Many Japanese analysts and commentators have worried...

Lawrence Eagleburger, former Secretary of State, has a different view from some in the conservative intelligentsia about the appeal of Barack Obama. He certainly...

Few outside the Beltway defense community have ever heard of Joe Collins, a retired army colonel who now teaches at the National War College after...

Check out this candid and awful-for-Obama take on his candidacy, from Jerry Nadler (as narrated by Jake Tapper): Says Nadler: “I have no personal knowledge of...