Post Archive

September 11, 2009

Eric Holder finally found a Bush-era official he doesn't intend to prosecute: Brad Schlozman, who was accused of lying to Congress concerning DOJ hiring practices....

When things go wrong, it is never the Obama administration's fault. It's the talk-radio chatter or the insurance companies' flunkies that have confused the voters....

Charles Krauthammer, commenting on news that—yes, it's shocking to some—the Iranians are making mischief in Afghanistan just as they did in Iraq, explains: The problem is...

Scott Rasmussen has a new poll out regarding political labels. The public, it seems, doesn't like any of them. "Liberal" continues its long slide, and...

Yale has a World Fellows Program. When launched, it was talked about on campus as a kind of mid-career equivalent of the Rhodes Scholarship: bring...

On this 9/11 anniversary, I sense a dangerous complacency creeping into public discourse. Because we have not been hit again on the home front since...

Gerald Seib ponders whether lawmakers face a bigger risk from passing a scary, unpopular health-care bill or from doing nothing. He observes: That's clear from a...

So for an hour, the cable news networks were reporting that a "suspicious boat" was fired on in the Potomac River by the Coast Guard....

Republican Bob McDonnell is now running full steam against Obama—and is doing so quite effectively, according to the Wall Street Journal. The report explains: Mr. McDonnell,...

It seems self-evident that a speech is not a bill and a pep rally is not governance. But Obama and his media cheerleaders, who attribute...

Equally distressed about the 9/11 makeover, more than one aggrieved friend sends this press release issued by former President George W. Bush: Eight years ago, our...

Iran's negotiating proposal is now public. Just like its previous incarnation, it is revealing. Anyone familiar with the rhetoric of the Islamic Republic will recognize...