Post Archive

September 4, 2009

Last month, the story broke that Yale University Press was censoring one of its own books—by Jytte Klausen on the Danish cartoon controversy—out of fear...

As Obama has moved (or revealed himself to be affixed) to the far Left, he has steadily lost the support of independents. The big spending,...

Over at his blog at NewMajority.com, David Frum writes this: If those of us who still support the war are to overcome public skepticism, we’re going...

The New York Times reports that senior administration officials are divided on whether to send more troops to Afghanistan. In brief, Hillary/Holbrooke in favor; Gates...

Hillary Clinton has given a lovely gift to Honduran strongman Manuel Zelaya: “the State Department has announced it will cut aid to Honduras, contingent upon...

In another compelling rebuttal to George Will's call to retreat, Michael Gerson writes: The strategic importance of Afghanistan is difficult for critics of the war to deny....

As promised, I want to follow up on my earlier post on George Will's recent, and much commented upon, column on Afghanistan—in this instance laying...

Last week, a colleague and I published a substantial paper on the faults inherent in the UN’s efforts to negotiate an arms-trade treaty. These faults...

Should the president of the United States be delivering a speech directed to America's schoolchildren? There is, it seems, a passionate cohort that believes he...

That is the new unemployment figure, which will come as another blow to the Obama administration struggling to tell us that the central issue of...

Rich Lowry echoes the call for Obama to find his inner George W. Bush. It would be nice to think we can dispense with a...

Last week, William Korey died at the age of 87, a rare political activist who lived to see his life's work reach its completion. Bill,...