Post Archive

March 26, 2009

ian, on Abe Greenwald: The essential point is that the cartoon was based on bogus allegations of war crimes and atrocities, the type of atrocity mongering...

The job numbers remain grim: Showing the labor market's considerable strain, the number of people collecting state unemployment benefits reached yet another new record, jumping 122,000...

Remember the howls from Democrats about politicizing the permanent civil service? They strung up poor Lurita Doan at GAO for allowing a government office to be...

In the twilight of Olmert's era, unconfirmed reports claiming Israel attacked something somewhere have become commonplace: today it's about an Iranian convoy on the way...

Today's Washington Post runs a Pat Oliphant cartoon portraying the state of Israel as a headless jackbooted soldier, marching with sword thrust forward, and pushing...

Karl Rove examines the president's claim of fiscal responsibility: The CBO says deficits will fall for three years to $658 billion, still nearly 50% larger than...

Yet another sign that, when it comes to national-security policy, the Obama administration is more interested in changing the labeling rather than the substance of...

A story in Reuters is headlined, "U.S. to blame for much of Mexico violence: Clinton." According to Secretary of State Clinton, "Our insatiable demand for illegal...

This past Monday, COMMENTARY hosted a discussion in New York City on the subject of the future of conservatism and the conservative magazine. I was...

North Korea is continuing preparations to launch a long-range Taepodong-2 missile within days to weeks -- a clear violation of UN Security Council resolutions....

In a sly bit of "reporting" the New York Times explains that the president is having trouble getting his own party on board because the...

From this morning's Wall Street Journal: President Barack Obama last month handed his auto-industry team a seemingly impossible task: to engineer the most complicated industrial restructuring...