Post Archive

March 18, 2009

Throughout the last century, there has been an ongoing debate in this country between Jewish activists and the Jewish establishment. Jewish organizations and philanthropists generally...

Democrats and their old and new media fan clubs have been touting the administration's poll figures for months now. But something is afoot -- and you...

Here's the best part of an AP story on AIG and the president: Against this backdrop, White House press secretary Robert Gibbs sought to explain AIG. He...

Timing is everything in politics, as in life. Republican Jim Tedisco has been losing ground to Democrat Scott Murphy in the polls in the special election...

Next year, the United States will engage in the Constitutionally-mandated census, where all Americans are counted and demographically categorized. The most immediate consequence of the...

The president is trying to get out in front of the populist mob before it tramples him. But his effort to mirror their shock and...

Bibi Netanyahu is taking the rap in some quarters for the (likely) composition of his (yet to be formed) government. But little of this is...

Lewis Alexander, Citigroup's chief economist, is . . . being fired? Retiring in disgrace? No! He's going to the Treasury Department. That's right. The Wall...

It's getting harder and harder to not feel like a conspiracy nut these days. Ever since Hillary Clinton first started spouting about the "vast right-wing conspiracy"...

Jonathan, as you point out, it seems for now Specter isn't interested in flipping. Moreover, the "offer you can't refuse" from Big Labor, has now...

There are a lot of unexpected gems in Philip Weiss's American Conservative story on Chas Freeman, especially from the great defender of the Tiananmen...

Larry Kudlow and Sen. Mitch McConnell discuss what Tim Geithner knew about the AIG bonuses and when he knew it -- and whether government is equipped...