Post Archive

July 12, 2009

President Obama operates by variable foreign policy standards, as his July 10 visit to Ghana illustrates: It is the last leg of a trip on...

Mimicking the president's focus on his nominee's biography, the Washington Post tells a heartfelt tale about the hardworking outsider Sonia Sotomayor who, as it turns...

That was an impressive speech President Obama just gave in Ghana. Most of it could have been -- and indeed was -- delivered by his...

Kenneth Hennessey, who served George W. Bush as senior White House economics advisor, has an important blog entry responding to President Obama's column ...

A new standard is being established in politics: if you challenge -- or worse, humiliate -- your liberal betters, you will be exposed, scrutinized, and...

John F. Burns is an outstanding reporter but his article in the New York Times, on rising opposition to the Afghanistan war in Britain, makes...

Please read this important post by Scott Johnson of Powerline, which reveals a deep dishonesty in the New York Times's coverage of a report on...

In this morning's New York Times Book Review, Nick Gillespie reviews Joe Scarborough's "The Last Best Hope:  Restoring Conservatism and America's Promise." The book is...

George Will reminds us that Obama's stimulus was actually "Stimulus II," following on the heels of George W. Bush's $168B effort in 2008. And look...

News reports indicate that the president will be meeting with heads of Jewish organizations at the White House on Monday. One can imagine that Iran...

Michael Kinsley makes a useful suggestion on healthcare reform: Why doesn't the president give himself a well-deserved treat and slow down a bit on health-care reform?...