Post Archive

January 16, 2009

Rob Dawson, on Jonathan Tobin: You have to understand that Europeans have convinced themselves that any armed struggle against Islamist terrorists is ultimately self-defeating. They believe...

The Washington Post's editorial staff's report on its visit with the President-elect includes the following paragraph: On the Employee Free Choice Act, which would allow unions...

When it comes to Israel, the European news media seem to be operating in an alternative universe. The latest evidence is this Financial Times...

Chris Matthews has hosted Hardball on MSNBC since 1999, so he's technically been covering the news for the entirety of the George W. Bush presidency. ...

You can't help but wonder whether the New York Times editors read the news. They pronounce: We agree that Israel had to defend itself against Hamas’s...

From the New York Times interview with the gravitas-emitting Vice President-Elect: He said he would bring more to the job than any of his predecessors, except...

The website of the New York Times has a super-snazzy interactive audio-visual feature about people's hopes for the Obama administration. By clicking on different dialogue...

This Financial Times story suggests that the incoming administration will take a tougher stance toward Hamid Karzai, the president of Afghanistan, than the Bush administration...

To hear Hamas officials offer the kind of candid opinions they tend to leave out of op-eds in sympathetic Western forums, check out this video,...

Michael Jordan said it best: I've missed more than 9000 shots in my career. I've lost almost 300 games. 26 times, I've been trusted to take...

President Bush's speech was not filled with poetry or memorable lines but it did serve to pull back the focus onto the greater picture of...

One of the remarkable aspects of the current conflict in Gaza is the contrast between the way the fighting is viewed by the people of...