Post Archive

June 29, 2009

Let's see if you can follow the bouncing diplomatic ball. In order to justify his timid early words regarding the Iranian suppression of liberty, Barack...

I would note that Roger Clegg's Center for Equal Opportunity made this argument to the Court in its amicus brief: Thus, even if “avoiding disparate impact...

The indefatigable Roger Cohen has earned some high marks in recent weeks for his coverage of the anti-regime protests in the streets of Tehran. He...

Jonathan is right that we should pray for the continued health of Justice Kennedy, whose record on race cases is pretty good, but it is...

The current "cap and trade" bill wending its way through Congress represents the triumph of "hope" -- as in "Hope And Change" -- over everything...

Despite the skepticism of many in the West about whether the Iranians are really capable of a sustained fight for their own freedom and dignity,...

The Supreme Court's ruling this morning on the New Haven firefighters' lawsuit is a reminder of the vital role a sane majority on the high...

Despite the best efforts of Sonia Sotomayor and her Second Circuit panel to bury his claim in a cursory opinion, Frank Ricci made it to...

Like his Washington Post colleague David Ignatius, Jackson Diehl doesn't think much of Obama's effort to bash Israel over the settlements. That tactic, Diehl claims,"made...

In the many thoughtful, and enlightening comments to my previous post there is much discussion about whether there is a consensus among climate scientists as...

Democrats have set a July 13 start date for the Sotomayor confirmation hearings and will, no doubt, insist on a vote by the full Senate...

Seven years ago, Reuel Marc Gerecht looked into the best crystal ball in all global strategy and wrote down what he saw in the pages...