Post Archive

March 13, 2009

RFM, on Peter Wehner: While it's encouraging to see PBO come down to earth, we're nowhere near a tipping point. Young people, who voted 2:1 for...

It sounds like the criticism about the president not spending enough time on the economy is getting through. He met with Paul Volcker today and...

The Israeli coalition is rapidly taking concrete form. Over the past 48 hours, two key disagreements were ironed out: the pick for the next Justice...

Moshe Katzav is hurting -- bad. The former president of Israel stands charged with several counts of rape. The case is far from opened-and-shut:...

Comedian Jon Stewart scolded television entertainer Jim Cramer for ... being entertaining. "I understand that you want to make finance entertaining, but it's not a...

While European policy makers are eager to convince Iran that they don't want regime change, it now appears the new U.S. administration (still in...

Michael Gerson has an intelligent, revealing, and troubling (for President Obama) column in today's Washington Post. Mike didn't vote for Obama, but he has certainly...

Understandably, the issue which has garnered the most attention in the card-check debate has been the elimination of the secret ballot in the workplace. Fundamental...

Today's New York Times reports that in India a shocking 42.5 percent of children under 5 are malnourished. Shocking, because we've spent the last decade...

I saw the headline "Some Women Wanted More From The W.H." and thought, "Darn right!" But then I learn the story is about a dreary...

Which way will the Obama administration go in Afghanistan? The New York Times Op-Ed page today has two articles that lay out starkly different analyses...

Almost as bad an idea as commandeering military jets to fly her around the country: "Nancy Pelosi said this week that she’s keeping the door...