Post Archive

March 18, 2009

A few days ago Eric Trager agonized in a blog post about his divided loyalties when it came to the World Baseball Classic. It seems...

Sam Stein at the Huffington Post has been digging around, trying to find out exactly what happened to the amendment to the stimulus bill offered...

USA Today, to its credit, carried a front page story, "Iraq combat deaths at 6-year low." According to the article: U.S. combat deaths in Iraq have...

Warren, on Peter Wehner: I agree with Murray. I believe the cultural decay combining relativism, altruistic anti-capitalist self-righteousness, a poorly educated populace (especially in economics), and...

Abe, what's the opening line for the Obama groupies? "I know $3.6 trillion sounds like a lot of money, but. . . " I really...

This morning, I interviewed recently liberated Egyptian opposition leader Ayman Nour over the phone.  (Special thanks to his son, Shadi, for translating.) Why do you believe...

The New York Times reports today about the ongoing efforts to win Islamist scholar Tariq Ramadan entry into the United States. The State Department banned...

The president has uncorked some doozies lately. There was the one about not liking big government. Who can forget the line about not wanting to spend...

In his American Enterprise Institute lecture last week, Charles Murray began by saying the advent of the Obama administration brings this question before the nation: Do...

Barack Obama has released a new web video in an effort to drum up popular support for his $3.6 trillion budget. Here's his pitch: "I'm asking...

Noah, your post about Tzipi Livni’s efforts to insure a narrowly-based Netanyahu government, in the hope it will fail, reflects either Livni’s personal ambition or...

No, the administration is not giving up quite yet on its asinine idea to charge veterans' private insurance for service-related injuries. The Washington Post, which...