Post Archive

September 15, 2009

Today, five nations in Latin America commemorated 188 years of independence: El Salvador, Guatemala, Nicaragua, Costa Rica, and Honduras. Secretary of State Clinton issued five...

The Hill's A.P. Stoddard looks at that Washington Post/ABC News poll and finds trouble for the president: Seniors are abandoning the president and his party in...

The New York Times returns to one of its favorite hobbyhorses today when it again attempts to shift the blame for the current impasse in...

Anthony, I think your handiwork is being pilfered by the White House speechwriting team. Today: President Obama addresses autoworkers Tuesday at a General Motors plant in...

For the past six years, the Democratic line that Afghanistan was the right war and Iraq the wrong one was so ubiquitous it warped not...

Ben Smith reports that a letter by a self-styled group of foreign policy "realists" has been sent to the president in favor of bugging out of...

In an extraordinary display of judicial independence, common sense, and respect for the property rights of shareholders, a federal court judge has thrown out a...

With each new revelation about the Obama administration's posture toward Iran, further evidence builds for Bret Stephens's theory that Obama simply isn't serious about preventing...

Among the books worth rereading right about now is Joseph Heller’s 1979 comic novel Good as Gold—not for it political vision (which is nonexistent), or...

In his column in Newsweek, George Will, writing about Barack Obama and health care, says, "His incessant talking cannot combat what it has caused: An...

A Zogby International/O'Leary Report poll of 4,200 likely voters has some startling results concerning attitudes toward health-care reform: Asked if they agree or disagree that the...

Rupert Darwall, writing in the Wall Street Journal, explains: Rarely has the Atlantic seemed as wide as when America's health-care debate provoked a near unanimous response...