Post Archive

April 4, 2009

Jonathan, I completely agree: the Times's attempt to portray soccer as popular in America is completely disingenuous.  And while it is true that this "European...

Greg Sargent comments on the new anti-Employee Free Choice Act website: The game here is that EFCA opponents want to force labor to defend the secret...

Here's a post from Robert Reich, who was Bill Clinton's Labor Secretary, and is a union sympathizer and all-around nice guy. Reich's thesis is very simple....

The New York Times publishes an op-ed today by George Bisharat, the U.S. academic whose professional mission is the indictment of Israel for war crimes,...

So this is the upshot of all the hullabaloo about Blackwater: It seems that its gunslingers will continue to guard State Department personnel in Iraq...

On April 6, 2008, a small group of liberal Egyptian activists used Facebook to organize a major protest against the Mubarak regime.  Although the protest...

George Will shares my suspicion that Obama is running a faux bankruptcy in order for GM to shield the UAW from a real one. But...

A couple of impressive numbers have been bounced around by various and sundry liberals over the last week or so: 90% and 642,000. And both...

Last week, I contacted the Washington Post's ombudsman Andrew Alexander with a series of questions about the offensive Pat Oliphant cartoon which recently ran in...

This is very interesting. It sheds a certain amount of light on the actual objectives of the public-private investment plan that Tim ...

Jackson Diehl sums up the Obama diplomatic debut: "What's striking about Obama's diplomacy, however, has been his willingness to embrace the priorities of European governments,...