Post Archive

January 15, 2009

Have you heard the news? The foreign policy realists are here. No more of that silly worldview stuff for us. On Tuesday, during her Senate...

KzoKnight, on Jennifer Rubin: It's disappointing to see how many people like John Hartman feel such a passionate hate for George Bush they can't even break...

Three days ago the city council of Cambridge, Massachusetts passed a resolution regarding the recent events in Gaza. One should read the whole resolution to...

The Israeli media is reporting that the war in Gaza will come to an end during the next 72 hours to allow Egypt to finish...

For much of the day the Eric Holder confirmation hearing was a  sleepy affair. Early on there was some minimal questioning on the Marc Rich (with...

Here is how Pennsylvania State University's Daily Collegian described yesterday's student protest of the war in Gaza: Waving vibrant Palestinian flags and holding head-turning signs, students...

Virginia will be the focus of much national attention this year with a hotly contested race for governor. At stake are national party-bragging rights and...

Beijing is planning to push its largest media organizations to expand abroad with the goal of disseminating China's message to a global audience.  On Tuesday,...

It turns out the Protect America federal wire-tapping program has been deemed kosher just in time for Barack Obama to use it as he sees...

As Politico reports, not all Democrats are enthusiastic about releasing the second half of the TARP funds with no strings attached: Chris Dodd, chairman of the...

One of the most common canards regarding the U.S.--Israel relationship is that American support for Israel is the root cause of al-Qaeda terrorism.  Yesterday, following...

There's a certain pattern to these wounded-nominee stories. Bad facts emerge; the administration releases the talking points; their Senate allies rush to assure us it...