Post Archive

November 20, 2008

The Canadian Supreme Court has ruled that obese airline passengers have a right to two seats for the price of one: The high court declined to...

Vail Beach, on Jennifer Rubin: Three successful corporate executives, advised by perhaps 40 or 50 of the sharpest PR minds in the business and another 100...

A story in today's LA Times explores the fear and loathing on the anti-war left as the Obama administration begins to take form: The activists...

Through a combination of firmness by Republicans and the automakers' egregious lack of political tact (Gulf Stream-gate?), a bailout of the auto companies has been...

With piracy on the seas increasingly becoming a major problem for international trade, one that is particularly difficult to deal with because of highly restrictive...

Matthew Rothschild sees the writing on the wall: When is Obama going to appoint someone who reflects the progressive base that brought him to the...

At Entertainment Weekly's Popwatch blog, Christian Blauvelt wonders if a TV show about robust counterterrorism will still resonate with with a viewing public that's been...

Apparently, someone in the Obama camp thought twice about the idea of naming as Commerce Secretary a woman who presided over the demise of a...

This morning, the New York Times reported that Iran has accumulated enough uranium to make a single atomic weapon. "It's a virtual milestone," says...

Nicholas Kristof, bold as ever: Because Russia behaves irresponsibly — including its latest disgraceful threat to base missiles near Poland — the temptation in the Obama...

This Sunday, Comedy Central will be airing Stephen Colbert's "A Colbert Christmas: The Greatest Gift of All," which should be as heart-warming as a hot...

Unfortunately, Washington operates in sound bites and symbols. The good news is that those sound bites and symbols occasionally shame Congress into doing the right...