Post Archive

July 31, 2009

We get results. The House this afternoon passed a bill transferring $2 billion from the Stimulus Bill money to Cars for Clunkers,...

I posed a series of questions to the White House about the selection of Mary Robinson for the Medal of Freedom award, including whether they consulted...

Roger Cohen has come a long way about Iran in the past few months. The New York Times columnist started the year off with a...

Some might seek to minimize Mary Robinson's role in the Durban debacle. The late Tom Lantos was intimately involved in the negotiations and attended the...

In June 2009, an Israeli Dolphin-class submarine sailed from the Mediterranean to the Red Sea via Egypt's Suez Canal. Given the 30-year peace between the...

Yesterday the Washington Post stated the obvious when it noted that under President Obama, America's relations with the state of Israel had deteriorated. In contrast...

Charles Krauthammer, in essence, divides health-care reform into two acts. On Act I of health-care reform: Reforming the health-care system is dead. Cause of death? Blunt...

The Cars for Clunkers program has been a surprising success. It was supposed to run through November but ran out of cash in...

Tevi Troy is wondering the same thing. Based on some experience working in the White House, he tells us: Robinson’s record is well known to most...

J.E. Dyer makes an excellent point about Israeli Foreign Minister Avigdor Lieberman's very real efforts to develop ties with countries outside the immediate American sphere....

Stuart Taylor bluntly writes of the soon-to-be-newest Supreme Court justice and the Harvard professor: "What Sotomayor and Gates share is a habit of drawing dubious...

On the afternoon of July 24, Hillary Clinton arrived back in Washington on a flight from Asia, got off the plane, and headed straight to the...