Post Archive

February 11, 2009

Congressional deal makers reached an agreement on the stimulus -- or maybe not. There's a deal in there somewhere so there's no suspense really. (Other than...

ian, on John Steele Gordon: The bottom line is that every time a Democrat opens his/her mouth about the economic situation, they remain in full campaign...

In response to a posting I did on Andrew Sullivan, claiming he didn't support more troops in the aftermath of major combat operations,...

This Saturday, Dominique Strauss-Kahn said the world's advanced economies are "already in depression."  "The worst cannot be ruled out," the chief of the International Monetary...

Kathleen Parker frets. President Obama "appeared weak."  It is "amateur hour." He is "not fully formed." He "wants too much to be liked." My, what...

President Obama may still be a hit somewhere, but not in Las Vegas: Oscar Goodman, the colorful mayor of Las Vegas, is outraged over comments President...

Israel's voters have rendered their verdict on their country's political parties and the results are somewhat muddled. Tzipi Livni's Kadima Party appears to have finished...

Everyone makes mistakes, we were told. But Tim Geithner's abysmal roll-out of the bank bailout suggests there might be a larger problem than one awful policy...

Barack Obama has been President for just over three weeks. But even this early into the Age of Obama, we can, I think, make a...

Even liberal and mainstream reporters are growing weary of the president's partisan rhetoric. John Dickerson from Slate complains about the president's pretense that Republican opponents of...

In Pakistan, Taliban groups are no longer confined to tribal areas and unsettled scrubland: Even the Swat Valley, one of the most beautiful green highland landscapes...

Michael Gerson reviews the many Obama administration's stumbles, and cautions: These stumbles have had an almost theological effect among Republicans: The doctrine of Obama's political infallibility...