Post Archive

May 21, 2009

Jonathan, you are right to be outraged by Egyptian judge Mohamed Attia, who has ordered the minister of the interior to revoke the citizenship of...

There is much to say about President Obama's speech today, but one thing especially jumped out at me—his accusation that the Bush administration's post-9/11 response...

I did not view either speech but have now read both the president's and Dick Cheney's remarks. As a preliminary matter I wonder what the...

Roger Cohen seems to have invented a genre. At the very least he has imitators. Olivia Sterns just published a piece at the Huffington Post...

Barack Obama's tone at the National Archives was so defensive as to be nearly adversarial. But whose wouldn't be if they were trying to convince...

A Democratic pollster has this interesting take on the Nancy Pelosi CIA flap: There have been rumblings of a palace coup, but nothing tangible has surfaced....

A minor melodrama is playing out in Lebanon, in which Israeli spy networks have been falling like dominoes to the local security forces. The latest...

So what's next in California? The Wall Street Journal editors warn: California voters sent a blunt but welcome message Tuesday about runaway government. By rejecting by...

Cynical marketing campaigns seem to be on the upswing in American sports. Back in March, I noted that the National Basketball Association had created more...

After the spectacularly disastrous display yesterday of indecision and incoherence on Guantanamo it is worth reviewing how we, or the Obama administration, got into this...

You gotta' love the New York Times and its hyper-politically correct sensitivities about revealing the ethnic or religious backgrounds of criminal suspects. Thus we have...

A smart take from Dan Gerstein on the dangers of Obama's passivity in dealing with his party's Congressional leaders. Both on the stimulus and on...