Post Archive

May 22, 2009

Los Angeleno, on Jennifer Rubin: I wonder how long before people (besides, to his credit, Robert Muller of the FBI) figure out that having celebrity terrorists...

Mickey Kaus spots the buried lede in the recent Pew poll: [P]ublic support for labor unions appears to be weakening: the percentage of people agreeing that...

Certain double-standards applied to the Palestinians are so flagrant and systematic that nobody even notices them anymore. Here is a perfect example: A New York...

Reading through the former vice-president’s take-down of the Obama administration’s deeply flawed national-security policies, I am struck by the paradox that is Richard B. Cheney....

Vice President Joe Biden is in Beirut today, hoping to boost the Lebanese moderates' chances of holding off Hezbollah’s drive to seize power in the...

Asking silly questions has become a habit for headline-seeking pollsters. Today, it was Tel Aviv University's turn: Some 23 percent of Israelis would consider leaving...

The New York Times' website has a feature titled "One: New York Characters in Sound and Images." This week has a new feature about one...

In case you were hoping that the administration's approach to Guantanamo turned out to be better thought out than it appears (it has to be,...

Washington and its press corps love ten-year economic projections. The executive branch is required by law to make them for all manner of things....

Yesterday's top news story was the very public debate between President Barack Obama and former Vice-President Dick Cheney regarding the interrogation of captured terrorists. Indeed,...

Peter Baker has a thoughtful analysis on the dilemma Obama faces in trying to be all things to all people in the national-security debate: Arguably on...

Fresh off Prime Minister Netanyahu's meeting with President Obama, in which the former again refused to endorse a two-state solution to the Palestinian problem, members...