Post Archive

February 5, 2009

While support seems to be slipping everywhere for the federal stimulus package, President Obama can still count on one group of fairly influential lobbyists to...

Jay from Texas, on Jennifer Rubin: I seem to remember Democrats always crying that Bush was scaring people with terrorist threats to get his security measures...

Andrew Sullivan has decided that he now knows the truth about neoconservatism: We patiently listened as neocons told us that the Palestinians are too dysfunctional a...

Pete, your thoughtful take only emphasizes how foolish it would now be to withdraw precipitously from Iraq. It is of course the presence of U.S....

Back in 2006 the British medical journal Lancet published a study claiming that 655,000 Iraqis had died since the U.S. invasion of Iraq. No one...

Over at his new perch at the Washington Post, Bill Kristol picks up on President Obama's admission that the "stimulus" bill he is advocating is...

Tomorrow, Joe Biden heads to a conference in Munich, where he will clue in other nations on the Obama administration's plan for Afghanistan. The Associated...

David Broder explains why the Daschle debacle is especially problematic for the President: Even when the White House belatedly learned of Daschle's tax troubles, it misjudged...

This comes from the Washington Post, not a conservative talk radio show: As he insists that ethical standards should be the same for both the powerful...

In the wake of Iraq's recent provincial elections, it is instructive to consider how many once-settled judgments now have to be significantly, and in some...

I'm not sure what President Obama is up to. He takes to the pages of the Washington Post to defend his stimulus, attacking its critics: In...

From Barack Obama's address at the National Prayer Breakfast: "In a world that grows smaller by the day, perhaps we can begin to crowd out the...