Post Archive

September 10, 2009

The continuing controversy over the bombing in northern Afghanistan ordered by German forces has got me thinking of a pamphlet I read recently: “ ‘Skyful...

On the day we hear that an internal Justice Department investigation into dismissal of the default judgment against the New Black Panthers has been ordered, the DOJ...

There has been a lot of commentary on President Obama’s address to a joint session of Congress last night. There is one area in particular...

The New York Times reports that, in the view of U.S. intelligence agencies, Iran has “possible breakout capacity” to enrich and weaponize its stockpile of...

A word about Representative Joe Wilson, who shouted out “You lie!” during Barack Obama’s address last night. I don’t like it when members of Congress...

This report suggests that the administration doesn't comprehend that the U.S. and "international community" have been given the brush off by the Iranian regime—or they...

You can sense that the game hasn't been changed by the president's speech. How? Well not by the comically Democrat-over-sampled CNN poll. (Next time, they'll...

John reported last night on a short passage in Obama's speech that he regarded as revealing. I agree totally. "But by avoiding some of the...

The Washington Times reports that the Justice Department's Office of Professional Responsibility (OPR) has opened an investigation into the dismissal of the default judgment obtained by...

The Washington Post's editors are concerned that Obama has an attention-deficit problem when it comes to Hugo Chavez. They trace Chavez's cozy relationship with Ahmadinejad...

While the focus is now on health-care reform and the economy, and political prognosticators try to divine the implications of both for the 2010 elections, there...

David Ignatius goes pawing through the tea leaves trying to get a read on internal Iranian politics. This exercise is nothing new and has befuddled...