Post Archive

March 9, 2009

Robert Samuelson is one of the most influential economic columnists in America, and for good reason: he's informed, intelligent, and measured. That's why his column...

This morning the New York Times editorial page weighs in again on the question of Senate filibusters. Times editors are, as you might expect, appalled...

This bit of interesting analysis suggests a major shortcoming in the Obama administration: For a president set on changing the way Washington works, Barack Obama has...

As Robert Kagan sees it, Barack Obama's foreign policy so far is nearly identical to George W. Bush's. Vigorous engagement with China was a hallmark...

The Washington Post editors are not pleased with the president's dodge on the omnibus spending bill, a monstrous $410B spend-a-thon with over 8500 earmarks. They...

I think we're reaching consensus that the Rush Limbaugh gambit backfired on the White House. Mara Liasson -- hardly a Republican cheerleader --comments on the...

While President Barack Obama tries to improve U.S. relations with rogue states like Syria and Iran, he might want to ensure ties with our closest...

How can we soak the rich if they are already being soaked? Gregory Mankiw explains: "In 2005, the most recent year for which numbers are...

Whatever one's ideology, it has to be admitted: Netanyahu has a lousy coalition. With Kadima and Labor most probably out, he will be held hostage by:  Whining...