Post Archive

November 6, 2008

This round goes to Martin Kramer, who has caught Hitchens  trampling some basic biographical facts about Rashid Khalidi....

Abe Greenwald posted an insight from a reader, about the temptation that both Obama and Bush may have to fix Iran now, before...

It's not easy to decipher the fluid Israeli electorate. On the one hand, polls suggest a major shift to the right, with the centrist party...

Byron York hits the nail on the head: "what a bunch of losers." That would be the geniuses at camp McCain who are now dishing...

A harbinger of things to come? Just a day after Barack Obama won the U.S. presidency, Israeli foreign minister and Kadima leader Tzipi...

George Will posits: Although John McCain's loss was not as numerically stunning as the 1964 defeat of Barry Goldwater, who won 16 fewer states and 122...

Karl Rove provides a wealth of interesting information. First, how junky were the exit polls? The raw numbers forecast an 18-point Obama win, news organizations who...

Sarah Palin leaves her options open and shows how she has learned to handle the press. One of many advice columns Palin is likely to receive....

Sure, Barack Obama won an impressive electoral victory, but the popular vote in many states was quite narrow, the margin overall was decisive but not...

The Wall Street Journal editors note the two race preference measures on state ballots in Colorado and Nebraska (it looks like a split decision). They then...