Post Archive

July 17, 2009

Walter Cronkite has died at the age of 92, and it's a mark of how the world has changed since his heyday that not a...

Democratic veteran Ted Van Dyk does not like what he is seeing: Frightened by the prospective costs of your health-care and energy plans -- not to mention...

Bob Woodward was interviewed by Charlie Rose last night. The link is here: I have certainly had my differences with Woodward over the years; I...

As Pete documents, Obama's magical rhetoric seems to be losing its power. He may be selling, but the public isn't buying. Nowhere is this more vividly displayed than...

Remember this from Barack Obama? The United States and the international community have been appalled and outraged by the threats, the beatings, and imprisonments of the...

The New York Times is reporting that Senate Democrats have dumped "card check" (the plan to do away with secret ballot elections) in an effort to...

Israel's navy has now sent one Dolphin submarine and two Saar-V class corvettes, or frigate-size warships, through the Suez Canal over the last month --...

As I noted in the last round of questioning of Sonia Sotomayor yesterday, Republican senators seemed increasingly focused on the Second Amendment. Sotomayor's evasiveness did not help...

President Obama remains in a fairly strong -- but no longer commanding -- political position. The RCP poll average of Obama's job approval rating is...

A few weeks ago, Elliott Abrams called out the Obama administration for re-writing the history of U.S.-Israeli agreements on the settlements. Now Ehud Olmert steps...

A health-care bill by August, says the president. But what health-care bill? So far there is no consensus: Senate Budget Chairman Kent Conrad (D-N.D.) suggested Thursday...

If you thought Sen. Barbara Boxer hit rock-bottom in castigating a general for calling her "Ma'am," watch this. It perfectly exemplifies the liberal mindset in ...