Post Archive

November 5, 2008

J. Lichty, on Abe Greenwald: The big question is whether George Bush wants to go down in history as the one who did not stop Iran....

Ralph Peters was extraordinarily insightful when he wrote in September: Among the many reasons we misjudge Putin is our insistence on seeing him as "like us."...

The Republican Jewish Coalition just had a conference call on the Jewish vote. As you might know by now, Obama performed better among Jews than...

Yesterday, I blogged that it was likely Spain would grant asylum to Osama bin Laden's son, Omar. I am very happy to say I was...

Newsweek is dribbling out its quadrennial, always-riveting (no irony here) behind-the-scenes look at the 2008 campaign. In the first installment today, we watch Barack Obama...

The contours of the next few years are being set. Some changings-of-the-guard may be good (Eric Cantor running for House Minority Whip). And others not...

In California, Proposition 8 will pass. What to make of the fact that America elected as president the most liberal member of the Senate, while...

I've been getting a lot of angry emails about my post claiming the 2008 election will not even match the turnout in 2004. I couldn't...

I've been having disputes with people who say my characterization of Minnesota Sen. Norm Coleman as the only person in the U.S. Senate with a...

For any readers in the the New York area, I'll be part of a post-election panel discussion, 8 pm tonight at Lolita Bar (266 Broome...

Among the most notable things about Obama's victory is the following: for the first time in American history, someone unambiguously from the political left will...

This smart take on Sarah Palin points to lessons she and others might extract from both campaigns. First, four years is an eternity. The next...