Post Archive

December 17, 2008

mds 123, on Rick Richman: i wish secretary rice -and dana perino - and ryan crocker and admiral mullen - had done a better job communicating...

Matt Lewis picks up on some Daily Kos traffic about the Eric Holder confirmation and notes that Sen. Pat Leahy was critical of the Marc...

Eli Lake has an important piece in the New Republic on the realistic prospect of a long-term military partnership between the U.S. and Iraq. This...

The Illinois State Supreme Court rebuffed the rather lame attempt of the Illinois Attorney General to oust Gov. Blagojevich by judicial fiat. This obvious "quick...

One of the hallmarks of the modern Left is the word "choice." But outside of sexual preference, the Left's operational definition of the word bares...

Yesterday, the UN Security Council unanimously adopted a U.S.-sponsored resolution allowing nations to undertake "all necessary measures" on Somali territory and through Somali airspace against...

The ever-astounding detail about new sanctions on Iran is that they're new. For what reason are we staggering out the penalties? US authorities Wednesday designated New...

The Washington Post editors make a fine suggestion: President-elect Barack Obama needs to reassure Americans and U.S. trading partners around the world that free trade will...

Despite my reservations about the surveys conducted by Program on International Policy Attitudes (PIPA), their new poll is worth considering. Among countries surveyed, opposition to...

Slate editor-in-chief, Jacob Weisberg, summing up why he believes George W. Bush is the worst American president of the past 50 years: And to finish, I...

Professor Bradley Smith asks some good questions: We're hearing a lot about the need to regulate and to prosecute private sector actors, but where's the skepticism...

Well, it's now out in the open: Representative Anna Eshoo (D-CA -- is that any surprise?) is officially calling for a return of the "fairness...