Post Archive

July 15, 2009

If there had been some compelling testimony this afternoon, I would have mentioned it. What is clear is that with the possible exception of Lindsay...

Yesterday I noted that one of the Jewish groups in attendance at Monday's White House meeting, the Orthodox Union, openly criticized the president's desire for...

Al Franken, not wanting to be thought a lightweight, talked about Perry Mason. He also said some foolish things suggesting the Voting Rights Act, contrary...

Andy McCarthy also remarks on the Democrats' new-found reticence to explore a Supreme Court nominee's extracurricular activities. He observes that Democrats have elicited her testimony...

It seems that Obama's obnoxious advice to American Jews to "engage in serious self-reflection" isn't going over so well with some Democrats. Marty Peretz writes: Frankly,...

Of the many aspects of the House Democratic health-care bill, none is more troubling than its impact on small business. This report explains: House Democrats on...

The House Democrats revealed their health-care bill -- the most liberal and extreme measure one could imagine. And they immediately got the stamp of approval...

Let's be candid: We had some pretty poor questioning by the senators -- on both sides. Orin Hatch was unintelligible on the Second Amendment. The...

Max Blumenthal, son of former Clinton aide Sidney Blumenthal, made quite a splash on the Internet recently when he posted a video portraying drunken Americans...

Perhaps it will be clear in the transcript, but Sotomayor's answers to Sen. John Cornyn were frankly hard to follow, verging on incoherent. Her words...

Jan Crawford Greenburg captured one of the more egregious moments yesterday: After he complained about the Democratic filibuster, Leahy tried to blame Republicans for failing to...

Jeffrey Goldberg has posted an interview with Jeremy Ben-Ami of J Street, who participated in the meeting of Jewish organizations with President Obama on Monday....