Post Archive

May 28, 2009

The president is "upbeat" about the economy these days, but increasingly others who can hardly be characterized as partisan critics are casting doubt on the...

Epee, on Jennifer Rubin: The views expressed by Sotomayor are basically legal realism or, as one of my law professors called it, “vulgar legal realism.” The...

Roxana Saberi has given an interview to NPR describing her harrowing tale of captivity in Iran's notorious Evin prison. It should be read in its...

Supporters of the Sotomayor nomination are getting nervous about those 32 words. Lanny Davis declares, "She misspoke." But did she? And how would Davis know...

Nicholas Kristof gets neuro-political: Psychologists have developed a "disgust scale" based on how queasy people would be in 27 situations, such as stepping barefoot on an...

Lt. Gen. Stan McChrystal's nomination to head coalition forces in Afghanistan is once again reviving the Pat Tillman controversy. Tillman, you will recall, was an NFL...

In "The Two State Solution Illusion," the Vancouver Sun National Post has a devastating report on a meeting earlier this week with Khaled Abu Toameh,...

Although Terry McAuliffe is the front-runner, the Washington Post's editorial board endorsed Creigh Deeds in Virginia's Democratic gubernatorial primary. There's not much difference on the issues...

In the aftermath of Judge Sonia Sotomayor's nomination to the Supreme Court, the media has focused most centrally on one thing: that she's Hispanic. And...

When the president let it slip that our current fiscal situation -- ever higher mounds of debt -- was "unsustainable," some pundits shrugged it off...

At the State Department press briefing yesterday, Department Spokesman Ian Kelly declined to answer two questions, designating them as "taken questions" to be answered later. The...

Yesterday Benjamin Netanyahu's camp leaked a request for the Obama administration to back off on calling for a complete halt to construction over the green...