Post Archive

October 2, 2009

In the Q&A session with the International Olympic Committee Members, after the formal presentations, President Obama was asked to comment on how the U.S. would...

That was an outstanding speech that Gen. McChrystal gave in London. In light of the debate now going on in the administration, this part especially...

Well, I hate to be an old I-told-you-so, but . . . Rio got the Games and Obama got humiliated. I must say I wish...

As with the American Jewish Committee poll, a new Gallup poll provides further evidence that even among the most loyal Democratic voters—Jews—some of the luster is...

It’s bad enough that many liberals are turning against the Afghanistan war that they once wholeheartedly supported. Such faintheartedness is to be expected, alas, since...

As Jennifer has pointed out, the just-released employment figures are pretty dismal, with unemployment rising a tick to 9.8 percent and a significant rise in...

Obama received a nasty rebuff and a stern reminder that the rest of the world doesn't necessarily care what he thinks. Chicago is out of...

Less than 24 hours after the "constructive" meeting, as Obama described the confab in Geneva, there is the predictable signal that nothing at all has...

The Wall Street Journal headline reads: "Cruel September for Carmakers." It seems that cash-for-clunkers merely shifted buying patterns, as many conservatives suspected it would. While...

Dana Milbank is the latest liberal media pundit to whine about the president's lack of spine. He gives a blow-by-blow of the increasingly frustrated White...

Something has happened to American-Israeli relations in the past few months. On Iran, suddenly Israel is voicing clear support for American dialogue with Iran, and...

There is no way to sugarcoat the appallingly bad economic news this morning: The unemployment rate rose to 9.8 percent in September as employers cut far...