Post Archive

March 27, 2009

Pete, I find Ricks's position an odd one. To recap (before he descended into name-calling), he stated: I think that invading Iraq preemptively on false premises, at...

Courtesy of Mickey Kaus, we now have a view into the infamous "Journolist," on which over 300 liberal journalists and activists debate -- er --...

Herodotus, on Peter Wehner: Yes, Ricks went to Iraq and supposedly "reported" what he saw and came home to write books reflecting that so-called reporting. But...

Donna Brazile is feeling the heat for her speaking engagement at the Justice Department. News outlets have picked up on the fact that the Justice...

Credit should be given where it's due: this piece by Ethan Bronner -- the same reporter who originally gave so much attention to the claims...

Demonstrating that, as C-SPAN's Brian Lamb recently said, journalists have the thinnest skin of anyone, Tom Ricks posted this response to my...

Earlier this month, the International Criminal Court issued an arrest warrant for Sudanese President Omar al-Bashir, accusing him of "being criminally responsible, as an indirect...

I suggested in an earlier posting that the Obama administration's change of nomenclature for the Global War on Terrorism is less important than its willingness...

I wanted to add a concurring opinion to what Max Boot and Robert Kagan have written about President Obama's decision to further bolster American forces...

According to the New York Times's Editorial Board, Benjamin Netanyahu "is serious about being a partner for peace” only if he agrees to and implements...

The UN Human Rights Council today passed a resolution labeling "defamation of religion" a human rights violation. The resolution was sponsored by a group of...

The Economist, which endorsed Barack Obama for president, is not pleased. Empathizing with Hillary Clinton's warning that "the Oval Office is no place for on-the-job-training,"...