Post Archive

June 28, 2009

The president got himself tied up in knots discussing the cap-and-trade bill. The New York Times reports that he sympathized with the large number of...

John McCain regularly accused then-candidate Barack Obama of being a tax-and-spend liberal, seeking to "spread the wealth" as Obama disclosed in a much regretted off-hand...

Conservatives in the media and in office were on offense and all over the Sunday talk shows, attacking the cap-and-trade measure which squeaked by in...

Is there a bigger oxymoron in American politics today than "the Democratic party?" Judging by some of last week's events, probably not. First, in the rush...

In today's New York Times Book Review, Geoffrey Wheatcroft reviews Richard N. Haass's "War of Necessity, War of Choice." As usual when a book about...

Call it a hunch. Tzipi Livni, former Foreign Minister and leader of the Kadima party, is on the ropes. Her days heading Israel's opposition may...

John, I share your horror at the handiwork of our House of Representatives. This piece from the Wall Street Journal is a helpful explanation of...

Congress and the White House are moving through the liberal wish list -- stimulus, cap-and-trade, health care, and maybe a few other spending gambits. But...

Sure it's "meddling," but it is hard to think of anyone (well, other than Ron Paul) who is going to oppose this: "A bipartisan pair of...