Post Archive

January 8, 2009

I don't know about you, but if I was a television news producer or a newspaper editor, I would make sure my reporters understood one...

In response to the President-elect's speech today which called for the government to do lots and do it fast, Congressional Republicans are struggling to hold...

In today's Washington Post, former U.S. President Jimmy Carter gives his take on the current fighting in Gaza.  Of course, it can all be summarized...

The Washington Times reports that a tumultuous hearing awaits Eric Holder: Sen. Charles E. Grassley, Iowa Republican and a member of the Judiciary Committee, told reporters...

Geoffrey Britain, on Gordon G. Chang: Gordon, China’s (and Russia’s) involvement in the Palestinian/Israeli conflict and any future Iranian/US/Israeli confrontation is of great importance but it goes...

Matthew Yglesias writes in the American Prospect today about how sad it all is that American politicians and Israel's feckless knee-jerk backers in this country are too...

For what it's worth, add Charlie Rangel to the list of J Street-endorsed legislators dissenting from the organization's extremist positions. In a statement issued December...

Dana Milbank reminds us that it wasn't only Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid who had to cave on Roland Burris's admission to the U.S. Senate --...

Emanuele, what's most extraordinary about Garton Ash's piece is the level of candor: The Gaza war is a negation of every principle for which Europe claims...

It's probably a bit early for announcing superlatives for the current fighting in Gaza.  But, after reading Columbia University Professor Rashid Khalidi's op-ed in today's...

What is America's number one foreign-policy challenge?  If you're Stephen Hadley, your answer is Pakistan.  The national-security adviser put it this way in the text...

According to the Associated Press, Hamas has promised not to capitulate in the wake of the IDF's ongoing strategic offensive in Gaza. Adding to the...