Post Archive

June 26, 2009

The White House has chosen to refrain from issuing an official public statement on the death of Michael Jackson. Press secretary Robert Gibbs mumbled some...

Pete, let's hope the president is getting up to speed on the nature of the Iranian regime and coming to terms with just how far-fetched his...

Tom Gregg, on Peter Wehner: I find myself astonished that so many people seem incapable of perceiving this obvious point: As far as the Iranian Islamofascist...

Michael Kinsley's thoughtful column on rationing of healthcare reveals a basic, unspoken truth: of course the Democrats' healthcare reform will ration care. Kinsley seems to...

Tree huggers and friends of the whales are busy offering sound advice to the president: "Too bad there were people killed in the...

While Congress and the president have been spending like drunken sailors on the domestic side, Defense Secretary Robert Gates was given his budget number and...

Candidate Obama promised to break the long-standing and regrettable American tradition of naming big donors as ambassadors. But as the Washington Times points out, President...

As the Wall Street Journal reported, Ben Bernanke was roughed up on Capitol Hill yesterday. From conservatives like Darrell Issa to leftwingers like Dennis Kucinich...

I guess this "bearing witness" thing is becoming larger U.S. policy: The United States will not use force to inspect a North Korean ship suspected of...

The Washington Post today includes this headline: "Ahmadinejad Demands Apology From Obama: Iranian Warns Against Further Criticism." According to the story, Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad lashed...

For months, Obama and OMB head Peter Orszag told us healthcare reform would reduce government spending. A hodgepodge of cost savings measures would pay for...

So it turns out Mark Sanford used state funds to travel to Argentina for a tryst with his mistress; only the revelation of the affair...