Post Archive

April 26, 2009

Rarely have we seen the perils of appeasement unfold so clearly as in Pakistan today. In February, the Zardari government signed a "peace treaty" with...

Mara Liasson gave her take on Fox News Sunday on what happened with our president last week in the interrogation memo frenzy:  I think he was,...

Paul Krugman isn't one for subtlety, but his latest column about CIA interrogations during the Bush years really takes hyperbole to new heights: In the...

A little insight into your government at work comes from ABC News ,which describes the apology DHS Secretary Napolitano was forced to cough up after...

Avigdor Lieberman is apparently trying to send a message to the rest of his coalition: He's not going to be a rubber stump for peace...

Amidst a troubling uptick in violence in Iraq we get this report: U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton on Saturday assured Iraq that the Obama...

A central tenet of the anti-Avigdor Lieberman campaign currently being waged in both the American and Israeli press is that Lieberman, with the fairly silent...

Reuel Marc Gerecht writes about the release of interrogation memos: Morally and legally, President Obama's position makes little sense. If U.S. officials are guilty of serious...

President Obama may be wearing out his welcome in prime time television, or so hinted the Washington Post's Lisa de Moraes yesterday.  Obama's decision to...

Former Vice President Dick Cheney tells Stephen Hayes he observed those who "left the little guys out to dry" during the Iran Contra scandal: "And...