Post Archive

May 2009

El Gordo, on Ted R. Bromund: Germans are in the process of redefining themselves as "victims of war." Claiming that all war is always horrible for...

It took several days for the White House to come out with an explanation for the 32 words: "her word choice in 2001 was poor." Got...

Abe has taken a crack at explaining the meaning of the U.S.'s negotiations with Europe over the Guantanamo detainees. My take is slightly different. Last...

Peter Baker has a fascinating profile of Bill Clinton in the New York Times magazine (Baker also appeared on The Charlie Rose Show; that interview...

As the White House ponders what to do about Sotomayor's 32 words, others are trying to puzzle what to do about the confirmation hearing. Michael...

President Barack Obama's forthcoming address to the Muslim world in Cairo will be next week's headline-hogging foreign policy event. Yet as far as long-term U.S....

The Virginia Democratic gubernatorial primary is getting increasingly dicey -- and interesting -- down the stretch to the election on June 9. This report explains that...

Jennifer Rubin writes on the confrontation between reality and Obamanomics, namely that the president's economic strategy consists of piling up mountains of debt, printing...

Those of you who have seen the movie will remember the scene well: our hero, Westley, has finally engineered a showdown with the cowardly Prince...

If President Obama hopes to win Republican votes for his Supreme Court nominee Sonia Sotomayor, he better hope that GOP Senators approach matters differently than...

Michael Hirsh (defying the odds by writing something other than the sort of fawning tribute to Obama which has become the mainstay of the new Newsweek)...

Dennis Ross, Special Advisor on Iran for the Secretary of State, has a book coming out next month that inconveniently takes issue with the Obama...