Post Archive

November 3, 2008

Fans of talking to Tehran, take note: In the Islamic Republic, the unilateral abolition of diplomatic relations with the U.S. is celebrated as a holiday: Hundreds...

My post on Friday offering a scenario according to which John McCain might win was the most-read in the history of this blog -- in...

In yesterday's Times of London, Andrew Sullivan wrote: Among the most enthusiastic Obama supporters, there are tinges of hero worship and aspirations beyond anything any human...

Abe Greenwald and Gordon Chang rightfully criticize Nicholas Kristof for his advice to the next administration, but they both give him a free pass when...

Last week the United States military conducted a raid inside Syria and killed Al Qaeda leader Abu Ghadiya in a shootout in the village of...

Many are mulling over whether the race would have been any different had John McCain made greater use of Barack Obama's association with Reverend Wright....

During a conference sponsored by the Italian foreign ministry, it emerged that in 1986, Italy warned Libya of an impending U.S. strike. Then-U.S....

You might remember this debate answer from Barack Obama about the kind of justices he would nominate: I will look for those judges who have an outstanding judicial...

This column in the Wall Street Journal addresses the ongoing pundit parlor game: who is Barack Obama? The questions are numerous: While he has already written two...

Another Democratic "gaffe" on coal? No, this sounds like a statement of policy: "So if somebody wants to build a coal-powered plant, they can. It’s...

Jack Kelly writes: Less is known about Barack Obama than about any major party candidate for president in modern history. His public resume is thin --...