Post Archive

May 26, 2009

Chris Cillizza contends that Sotomayor is a "confident" pick -- evidence that Obama is convinced that he can get his way no matter how hard conservatives...

Ed Lasky, on Jonathan Tobin: Apparently, Barack Obama does prefer one kind of outsourcing, that is, of our American foreign policy. Here comes the internationalization of...

So -- is there a connection between Palestine and Iran? Is there "linkage"? Defense Minister Ehud Barak says no, and also believes the Americans should better...

In the New Republic, E.J. Dionne, Jr., in wondering how much longer President Obama can keep sending different messages to different audiences, ends his column...

The Washington Post editors have figured out the Obama administration's modus operandi: give money, then strong-arm the recipients. They write: In theory, a government bailout should...

This USA Today article provides a splendid example of the potential benefits of a reform I have long advocated -- making it easier to enroll...

Something didn't smell right about the city's triumphant announcement that a sting operation had led to the arrest of four men who had placed dummy...

In his C-SPAN interview with Steve Scully on Friday, President Obama said this: I think the right option is to say, where are the game changers,...

I have a few thoughts on the timing and initial reaction to Sotomayor's nomination as well as the issues emerging as the focus of her...

A lot of electronic ink has been spilled on this site and elsewhere over Barack Obama's adoption of George W. Bush's national security policies. On...

Adding to Rick's fine points regarding "two state solutionism," note that former Israeli general and National Security Advisor Giora Eiland has written a short-but-sharp compilation...

The keystone to Barack Obama's foreign policy is a revived faith in international institutions such as the United Nations and deference to the opinion of...