Post Archive

July 30, 2009

In yet another moment of comedy gold, Jake Tapper fenced with Robert Gibbs when he was informed we wouldn't get a blow-by-blow on the beer...

Mainstream press coverage of Avigdor Lieberman's 10-day trip to Latin America, which concludes today with his departure from Colombia, has focused on his absence from...

The New York Times is making a big deal on their website about a leaked memo written by Colonel Timothy Reese, a U.S. military adviser...

Of all the nonsensical thoughts published on the pages of Newsweek (the old or new one), none is more inane than the suggestion that George...

Jennifer is right about the significance of today's Washington Post editorial, which points out that “one of the more striking results of the Obama administration's...

Mary Robinson, U.N. Commissioner and former president of Ireland, is being awarded the Medal of Freedom by Obama. Well, isn't that just dandy. Who is...

Politico observes the year's two high-profile gubernatorial races and finds a stark difference: The two Democrats running for governor in the closely watched New Jersey and...

Ever so gently, the Washington Post editors wade into the growing controversy over Obama's stance toward Israel. No, they don't take him to task over...

Like Jennifer, I too found the Wall Street Journal's story on latter-day federal penny-pinching fascinating. I have two comments: 1) Here is the perfect...

The poll news was flying around the blogosphere on Wednesday as slack-jawed conservatives and nervous liberals picked through the numbers. The Wall Street Journal reported that...

Once again, liberals are throwing around the race card. No, it's not Gates-gate. The Democrats are threatening a "backlash" (read: ethnic resentment) if Republicans don't...

But they will be back: "Senate efforts to compromise on a watered-down version of the Employee Free Choice Act have been put firmly on the...