Post Archive

March 16, 2009

RobertG, on Jennifer Rubin:Employee compensation is a cost of doing business. It is not paid out of earnings. Its what we call in the business...

In another installation of the ongoing comedy series "Tapper vs. Gibbs," Jake Tapper utterly befuddles the White House press secretary on a key point: why...

Here's where the mainstream media's Obamamania goes from the merely embarrassing to the downright cringe-inducing: New York magazine this week turns its worshipful eye on...

An opinion piece in the Washington Post offers a summation of the Iranian menace and a way forward for American diplomacy: Since 1979, successive U.S. administrations...

The Employee Free Choice Act is causing Democrats grief in the Virginia gubernatorial race. It is no wonder that the Republican gubernatorial candidate Bob McDonnell is starting...

The latest poll from ABC News, the BBC and NHK of Iraqi opinion is out, and as might be expected it contains good news. The...

Greg Sargent writes about the latest bad news for the supporters of the inaptly named Employee Free Choice Act (EFCA): Specter has now weighed in on...

I've been traveling and am just getting caught up on the latest developments in the flame-out of Chas Freeman, and am particularly enjoying Walter Pincus's...

Politicians of both parties are shrieking about AIG's bonuses. The government can't do much about it because, of course, these are contractual obligations. (AIG could...

Was President Obama banking on non-existent European support to make his Guantanamo closing viable? Here's the New York Times: European countries that have offered to help...

Just when we thought "limited government" was one of those failed ideas and losing political catch phrases, there seems to be a lot of talk...

Last week Charles Murray received the American Enterprise Institute's highest honor, the Irving Kristol Award, and delivered a lecture, "The Happiness of the...