Post Archive

June 19, 2009

The Obama team likes to argue that healthcare reform is needed to make business more "competitive." This, of course, ignores a number of factors. First:...

Groupmember, on Jennifer Rubin: Whether Obama's approach is vindicated or not, and that will depend on which criterion for judging success is applied, it does reveal...

Roger Cohen, writing from Tehran, this time with his eyes and ears more open, says in "City of Whispers" that "[m]any of the people I...

An unnamed White House official, presumably with a straight face, assured us that Khamanei's speech wouldn't change the White House language because Obama is "pursuing...

A common theme has sprung up among certain liberal commentators in reaction to this week's events in Iran. Taking their cue from President Obama's cautious,...

When Paul Krugman took it upon himself to label conservative talk show hosts as a root cause of the hatred and violence that manifested itself...

Two American journalists remain imprisoned in North Korea by the Communist regime of Kim Jong-il. Earlier this week, the state news agency announced that Euna...

The most surprising thing about the first half-year of Barack Obama's presidency, at least in the realm of foreign policy, has been its indifference to...

The House passed a measure in support of Iranian demonstrators by a 405-1 margin. Ron Paul voted no. Brad Ellsworth of Indiana and Dave Loebsack...

In yesterday's New York Times, reporter Helene Cooper pondered the meaning of the odd migration of Dennis Ross from an undisclosed location at the State...

E.J. Dionne, Jr. has emerged as one of the most vocal critics of bipartisanship in the Age of Obama. It is a trap that Democrats...

Michael Barone knows the political landscape of this country like most people know the landscape of their backyards. Moreover, he knows, in detail, how...