Post Archive

March 9, 2009

Ben Smith details Admiral Dennis Blair's "outreach" attempts to try to convince members of  Congress that Chas Freeman isn't so bad after all. It is...

One of the threats of the possible pending bankruptcy of the Canadian media conglomerate CanWest was the folding of the New Republic, the 95 year-old...

Dave, on Michael J. Totten: I’d rather be friends with a political opposite in Britain than *anyone else* in the world. They *are* our oldest allies. And...

Jake Tapper appears to be one of the few (only?) mainstream reporters keeping current on the Chas Freeman story. You would think it would be...

Tennis has been in the news lately for the way Israeli players were excluded by Arab tournament hosts. But this week the tables were turned...

Abe Greenwald quotes President Obama as saying this morning that science "is about ensuring that scientific data is never distorted or concealed to serve a...

Yuval Levin aptly summarizes what is becoming a daring game of bait-and-switch by the Obama team: The budget offers an audacious array of technocratic initiatives aimed...

In a New York Times article about CNBC, the authors write: The network’s journalists have been encouraged to speak their minds, making the line between reporter...

The reputation of Connecticut's senior United States Senator took a hit last year in the wake of revelations about a sweetheart mortgage the one-time presidential...

Today brought us a new installment of the Anti-Bush Executive Order Sign and Clap show. Like its predecessors, today's episode was characterized by our dour...

The Employee Free Choice Act's advocates seem to have devised a strategy for misleading the public and press both about what the Act intends to do...

Salam Fayyad, the Harvard-educated Palestinian Prime Minister is apparently on the way out in Ramallah. Fayyad's departure effectively sinks Americans' and Israelis' hopes of the...