Post Archive

July 9, 2009

We've been having some trouble with our servers over the past couple of days, with posts appearing and disappearing. We haven't quite diagnosed the problem...

The squeaker vote on cap-and-trade has proven so popular in the Senate and the president's words of encouragement so compelling that liberal Sen. Barabara Boxer...

The news from the G-8 Summit at L'Aquila, Italy confirms what many of us have suspected all along about Barack Obama's Iran policy: this administration...

President Obama -- in an inspired move -- named Dr. Francis Collins head of the National Institutes of Health (NIH). Dr. Collins is one of...

After long consideration, COMMENTARY's editors have decided to end the policy of publishing comments....

Karl Rove makes an interesting argument: we should learn from Obama's disingenuousness on the stimulus plan when we consider health care. Rove reminds us the...

Democrats are in a bit of a jam on the stimulus, as many reporters have noticed: "Democrats are all over the map on the stimulus...

Alan Dershowitz has replied to the critiques of his defense of the Obama administration's attitude toward Israel that was published in the Wall Street Journal...

The Washington Post's front page story on Supreme Court nominee Sonia Sotomayor waxes lyrical about her attention to detail and exhaustive review of lower court...

Pete, your take on Obama's diving poll numbers (with a useful reminder that such trends may reverse themselves) is borne out by additional poll numbers. First,...

Watching the same trends I remarked upon yesterday, James Capretta thinks Democratic health-care-reform advocates are sailing into "seriously choppy political waters." Part of this is to be expected,...

In Russia this week, President Obama spoke about the end of the Cold War, disclaiming any distinctive role for the United States, crediting instead the...