Post Archive

September 17, 2009

Max identifies a significant problem with the Obama administration’s cancellation of the missile-defense installations in Poland and the Czech Republic. His analysis is spot-on that...

The UN’s investigation of last winter’s fighting in Gaza was the farrago that every objective observer expected it would be. Based on the UN Human...

On the day Obama decides to give the back-of-the-hand to our European allies, we should note this: Experts at the world's top atomic watchdog are in agreement...

The Obama administration's decision on missile defense, as with virtually every move the Obama team has made in foreign policy, is both deeply naive and deeply...

The latest episode in the Obama administration's foreign policy tells us much more than the way the president views missile defense or the commitments the...

Creigh Deeds turned in another mediocre-to-disastrous debate in the Virginia gubernatorial race. During the debate, he uttered this memorable line: “No, I'm not going to...

Abe, you have gotten to the nub of the matter: does the Holder Justice Department believe the civil rights laws apply to and should be...

It is a rainy, gloomy day in Washington—and not just outside. At the White House, they are certainly perusing the latest Gallup poll, which has...

Reaction is coming into the decision to renege on our missile-defense pledge to our Eastern European allies. From Sen. Joe Lieberman: “This deeply regrettable decision sends...

The Obama administration's decision to scrap the missile-defense sites planned for Poland and the Czech Republic is bad news. Not so much because the sites...

Despite the spin of Obama's mainstream-media friends that to complain about the proliferation of czars are simply a partisan issue cooked up by Republicans, more...

Just when you think the Obama administration's foreign policy cannot get more feckless or timid, the Obama team tops itself. The New York Times reports: The...