Post Archive

February 3, 2009

Ahithophel, on Peter Wehner: Apparently Washington is the new Chicago. All the rationalizations that liberals gave for supporting someone so manifestly unqualified and inexperienced–his judgment, his...

One is an incident, two is suspicious, and three is a pattern. We have Tim Geithner, Nancy Killefer, and now Tom Daschle. There really does...

First we learned that Hamas's casualty figures could be grossly exaggerated. Now we learn that the UN claim that Israel hit a school...

Today, South Korea's Yonhap News Agency reported that intelligence officials have just spotted a train carrying what is believed to be North Korea's longest-range missile,...

To add to what Jen wrote: The Daschle resignation, and everything surrounding it, is a serious blow for President Obama. This is perhaps the worst...

Robert Gibbs is having trouble as a new press secretary keeping his stories straight at the White House, but that's nothing. Over in the Middle...

One of the finest and most influential political reporters in America, Peter Baker of the New York Times, has a front page story today, in...

Tom Daschle has withdrawn, sparing the President who just yesterday defended him, from further humiliation. You could see this coming in the morning papers. Richard...

If a change in the "international community's" receptivity to an Obama-led America is a real phenomenon, then this, I suspect, embodies the extent of it: The...

My heart goes out to the people of Kentucky. A week ago, they suffered a massive ice storm, and they are still trying to dig...

Boy, talk about déjà vu. The New York Post reported yesterday that Bernard Madoff's apartment will soon be for sale to help repay the billions...

With the February 10 Israeli election approaching, Benjamin Netanyahu was quoted in the Jerusalem Post yesterday as saying he was committed to maintaining "defensible borders"...