Post Archive

April 20, 2009

We all know that Durban II is full of insane doublespeak. Heck, it's not even in Durban. But this really is an amazing video, courtesy...

C.J. Chivers, the former Marine turned New York Times-man, continues his gripping series of reports from the Korangal Valley of northeast Afghanistan. Previously he had...

The Washington Post reports: President Obama plans to convene his Cabinet for the first time today, where he will order members to identify a combined $100...

Denying illegal migrants drivers licenses may make us feel better, but it's not at all clear that it makes us safer. The problem, of course,...

At his press conference yesterday, President Obama was asked whether he was concerned that his interaction with Hugo Chavez might add to the president's image...

At a new conference yesterday, President Obama took a shot at defining the Obama Doctrine. Here's my effort at defining it: The Obama Doctrine means...

Brit Hume on "Fox News Sunday" explained what Obama has done for the Republicans: One of the things that the Obama program has clearly done in...

Here's an old riddle: how many legs does an elephant have, if you call its trunk a leg? Four -- just because you call a...

David Rifkin and Lee Casey cut through the fog of feigned outrage on the interrogation memos: All of these interrogation methods have been adapted from the...

In the Islamic world, and especially among the Iranian revolutionaries, there is much greater emphasis placed on the abject humiliation of one's enemies than there...

The New York Times reports: President Obama is running into stiff Congressional resistance to his plans to raise money for his ambitious agenda, and the resulting...

Over the past few months, I've frequently been troubled by the tone of President Barack Obama's statements towards the Muslim world.  At his best, Obama...