Post Archive

October 12, 2009

The editors of the Wall Street Journal and the Washington Post suggest that this year’s Nobel Peace Prize should have gone to Iran’s imprisoned and...

Lawrence Kadish has a good article in today's Wall Street Journal, pointing out that the national debt is on an unsustainable path. Interest payments already...

While the rest of the world still stumbles for an adequate reaction to Barack Obama's Nobel Peace Prize, the president’s envoy to the Middle East...

George Mitchell spends lots of time traveling from Middle East country to Middle East country processing the peace. In Saudi Arabia he went in search...

Sen. Lindsey Graham is on board with the job-killing energy tax bill, but there are many Democrats who won't walk the plank with him on...

The White House is attacking Fox News again: it's insufficiently obsequious for the White House's taste. It's a "research arm" of the Republican party, you...

J Street received a slap across the face from the Israeli government, which candidly told the faux pro-Israel group that it doesn't buy its Palestinian...

The winners of the Nobel Prize in economics were announced today. They are two Americans, Elinor Ostrom of Indiana University and Oliver Williamson of UC...

Robert Kaplan thinks it's time for the president to stop the dithering and quickly extinguish the impression that Obama is a "weak war leader." Part...

Lost in much of the chatter over the faux "health-care crisis" is a very real and debilitating crisis over America's rising debt. Lawrence Kadish provides...

E.J. Dionne Jr.’s column today attempts to explain the “politics of rage” that has been inspired by President Obama. The first thing Dionne does is...

Perhaps October 9 should be designated as national Whiskey Tango Foxtrot Day, so each year we can commemorate the day almost all Americans had the...