Post Archive

March 25, 2009

chuck martel, on Ted R. Bromund: Both the British and U.S. governments, in their misguided compassion, get what they pay for, which is single mothers, in...

Here is something that was utterly predictible: the allegations, aired so solemnly over the past couple of weeks, first in Haaretz and then in above-the-fold...

The president can spin the press corps and prevaricate all he wants about fiscal responsibility. But math is math. Today we got a taste of...

Jen, putting aside every geopolitical and geostrategic consideration you listed, there's a more immediate development that the administration might not want to "screw up" in...

In his confirmation hearing, Iraq Ambassador nominee Chris Hill declared: "I just don't want to screw it up." That is a fine motto for the...

Obama's quote deserves to be reiterated in full: "That whole philosophy of persistence, by the way, is one that I'm going to be emphasizing again...

The plot thickens on what used to be called "card check" legislation and what is now more aptly seen as "Can Big Labor save face and...

Shmuel Rosner is right to credit Benjamin Netanyahu with the brilliant political maneuvering in gaining Labor for the coalition. In the days leading up...

This interesting piece on the NY-20 race reveals that the president and the DNC are not going all out -- an odd development for a...

The U.S. Census Bureau released a report Wednesday on preliminary data for 2007 birth rates in the United States.  Among the statistics, as my colleague...

The fruits of failure in North Korea: North Korea has positioned a Taepodong-2 missile on the launchpad at its facility in Musudan in the east of...

This morning's New York Times features a letter from one of those greedy guys from AIG who's collecting a hefty bonus, courtesy of the U.S....