Post Archive

September 5, 2009

The Washington Post reports: New Jersey and Virginia are the only states with governor's races this year, so both are taking on outsize importance as the...

A friend reminds me of two key points regarding Gaza, which Jimmy Carter, Mary Robinson, and their like-minded Israel bashers routinely ignore. First, Israel doesn't...

It’s not May, but the Atlantic’s bloggers seem to think it’s Cinco de Mayo—and I’m in the piñata. In recent days, three of them—Andrew Sullivan,...

Eli Lake and Sara Carter at the Washington Times have uncovered another development concerning the embattled CIA. This comes on the heels, of course, of the...

Over at National Review, Ramesh Ponnuru worries that conservatives are gloating prematurely at the failure of the $787 billion stimulus package to produce economic growth...

Jimmy Carter brings us his report, fresh from his Middle East visit with his fellow "Elders," including the Medal of Freedom prize-winning duo of Desmond Tutu and Mary Robinson. Carter and...

The New York Times lets on: The unemployment rate surged to 9.7 percent in August, signaling that joblessness and financial anxiety were likely to endure in...

Fred Kagan sets out the strategic case for the war in Afghanistan in a must-read piece in the Wall Street Journal. He makes clear that...

Whatever happened to "nuance"? "Secretary of State Hillary Clinton's unequivocal proclamation that all settlement activity must stop is an uncharacteristic display of rigidity from an...