Post Archive

October 13, 2009

Engagement is all the rage in the administration. Once thought to be a necessary step, a prelude to sanctions if needed, it has become an...

Anyone who has followed Olympia Snowe's career would not be surprised by her vote in favor of Baucus's health-care bill or by her squirming afterward...

If you want to understand how far Joe Klein has declined as a commentator, to the point of sometimes verging on incoherent arguments,...

In less than 12 hours, Liz Cheney has reduced her liberal critics to near tears. Michelle Cottle whines: I hope the libs, moderates, and journalists who...

What was the bottom line of Secretary of State Hillary Clinton’s meeting with Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov? America's punting on a request for sanctions...

No, I’m not talking about the release of Lockerbie bomber Abdelbaset Ali Mohmed al-Megrahi, though some very stinging questions have been raised about just how,...

Jen, I disagree slightly with your take on Hillary’s Russian train wreck. I suspect that the Obama administration wants the leverage of tougher sanctions with...

The Democrats are getting nervous about the unemployment numbers. No, the stimulus plan didn't stimulate the jobs, as it promised. Remember the 2.5 -- or...

Further comments from the Russians reveal just what an abject failure Obama's effort to bribe them by retreating on missile defense was. This report explains:...

If there were ever any doubt about how unserious the Obama administration is about depriving Iran of nuclear weapons, Hillary Clinton cleared that up. Placing...

Jennifer refers to the New York Times lead article this morning on a brewing civil war among Congressional Democrats as they struggle to get a...

As the New York Times reports, there is a jumbo fight brewing among Democrats over just how much they're going to tax the middle class...