Post Archive

November 11, 2008

Megan McArdle captures, more simply and clearly than anyone else has yet done, why it is that support for the Big Bailout does not and...

If you were on an American college campus last Wednesday, you would have been forgiven for thinking that you'd landed on Broadway following a Mets...

david, on Peter Wehner: The problem is that the Democrats have ridden back to power on the back of insane left-wing rhetoric. My upper middle class...

I see many of my friends and colleagues weighing in on the future of the Republican Party. David Brooks posits a battle between Traditionalists and...

Congress is preparing to throw tens of billions of dollars into an "emergency" auto industry bailout, aimed at saving the country's greatest producers of C02....

In a report about the duties of the White House kitchen staff, the commanding chef dishes information on the favorite foods of the Clintons, Bushes,...

Some are hearing, in Sarah Palin's recognition of the failure of Republicans to attract Hispanics, an embrace of John McCain's immigration plans. (They feel compelled,...

The fact that people are so nervously watching and waiting to see if Barack Obama intends to stay true to his campaign rhetoric tells you...

America's second worst president--or one of its greatest--has one more scheduled opportunity to address global audiences. That comes later this week, when the G20...

This from the New York Post's Page Six: BLEEDING-heart liberal Barbra Streisand is such a rabid hater of President Bush that she freaked out when stepson...

'Tis the season, as well it should be, for introspection and self-criticism among conservatives. But this story, from today's WSJ, should cause sober liberals to...

Max, we certainly do see the battle for the soul of the President Elect played out in the personnel battles for the initial cabinet posts....