Post Archive

April 15, 2009

An interesting report on the president's tax views: Obliquely answering the hundreds of "tea bag" protests around the country on tax day, President Barack Obama said...

Will, on Peter Wehner: It isn't bipartisanship, it is post partisanshp that Obama advocates. Bipartisanship implies some kind of agreement shared by rival factions. Earmarks have...

The winner of the America's Future Foundation Blogger contest has been chosen by a panel of bloggers (of which I was delighted to be a...

Those "glimmers of hope" for the start of the recovery met up with a dose of reality yesterday: The president and the Federal Reserve chairman voiced...

Ron Brownstein has responded to pieces by Karl Rove, Michael Gerson, and me regarding the Pew Research Center survey indicating that, in Pew's words, For all...

You can argue that the U.S. dropped the ball in Afghanistan if you like, but the following scene would have been unthinkable without the American...

Although not for lack of trying, John McCain was never able to convince voters of -- or get the media to focus on -- the...

Tom Friedman writes, "this is increasingly an age of pirates, failed states, nonstate actors and nation-building — the stuff of snipers, drones and generals, not...

Mickey Kaus writes that "we shouldn't reform health care in order to reduce costs, and that we shouldn’t expect health care reform to in itself...

The Washington Post once again calls out the president on his favorite non sequitur: the liberal policy agenda as an economic recovery plan: The agenda focuses...

Jennifer, next time North Korea is condemned by the UN it may take three resolutions.  There was this equally interesting exchange today at the State...

Rich Lowry: "If every Obama-era negotiation is as clear-eyed and unsentimental as that over the fate of Capt. Richard Phillips, the nation's interests will be...