Post Archive

June 22, 2009

There is a compelling interview by John Roberts and Kiran Chetry of CNN's American Morning with an Iranian protester which you should be able to...

David S. Mazel, on John Steele Gordon: It's been said before and it merits repeating: The pace of technology is tremendous. It should give us all...

Writing in the New Yorker on Iran's current predicament, Laura Secor notes that of the two sides in this confrontation only one has an army of...

Tony Judt is a very influential New York intellectual. From his perch at New York University, he sends forth books and lengthy articles that appear...

Over at Newsweek, Evan Thomas, in a piece titled "The Perils of Punditry," is unhappy because he thinks he's being treated unfairly. According to Thomas,...

In an 8-1 decision, the Supreme Court upheld the constitutionality of Section 5 of the Voting Rights Act but held that any subdivision or state...

I can't say I agree with Jeffrey Goldberg on this one: Yesterday, on Meet the Press, Netanyahu told David Gregory that recent events have "unmasked" the...

For those who wondered about the fate of Palestinian murderers living in protected exile in Europe, it turns out life in the Emerald Isle for...

ABC, perhaps trying to compensate for becoming the ObamaCare PR network, has an interesting report on what the "public option" the president favors actually entails: The...

Kodachrome film will soon be no more. It's been around since 1935 and Paul Simon wrote a song about it in 1973. But ...

Bibi Netanyahu has refined his diplomatic skills since his last time in office. His speech offering a two-state solution was widely praised in Israel, triggered...

Congressman Barney Frank (D-MA) has often been called "the smartest guy in Congress." That he is very intelligent is clear -- but his actions show...