Post Archive

October 14, 2009

According to Paul Krugman and a great many liberal economists, the salient intellectual point of the financial meltdown is that it exposed the hollowness of...

The Forward has a piece on the Goldstone report that uses as its headline a rather remarkable quote from Judge Goldstone himself: "If This...

Pete, not only has Obama badly embarrassed himself but he's also made many moderate supporters look awfully foolish. They vouched for his savvy negotiating skills, assuring...

It’s no coincidence that the same week the U.S. and Russia sit down for our first conference on missile-defense cooperation, Nikolai Patrushev, the head of...

It was a revealing day for U.S. Middle East policy. In one corner, the UN Security Council pondered the Goldstone report. U.S. Deputy Ambassador Alejandro...

Senators Bob Casey and Sam Brownback are asking Barack Obama to sign the Iran Sanctions Enabling Act into law. The bill, introduced by Casey and...

What a difference a few weeks make. On September 24, the New York Times reported this: President Obama, in his first visit to the opening of...

Writing in the NYR Blog, Jonathan Freedland notes that Obama’s Nobel Peace Prize was awarded by a committee of five liberal politicians from a country...

President Obama’s initial attempts to take a moderate stand on some social issues deeply offended many of his left-wing fans, but they remain hopeful that...

You know things are going downhill when liberal bloggers declare that Virginia Democrat gubernatorial candidate Creigh Deeds is a basket case. As we and others...

Sen. Arlen Specter's party-switching does not seem to have brightened his re-election prospects. According to a new poll, only 31 percent of the state's voters...

If you are in the Los Angeles area, please join us next Tuesday night, October 20, for the first Commentary Forum to be held in...