Post Archive

October 16, 2009

J Street's conference next week has become a Rorschach test of sorts. More and more members of Congress are dropping out, having discovered just who...

Jennifer and Peter, your concerns about the “seminar presidency” that the Obama administration has become are not likely to be assuaged by the discourse on...

Obama's foreign-policy team may remind us of the fight scenes from the old Batman TV series  ("There's Honduras -- Kapow!" "Holy double cross -- the Russians!!"),...

Over at the clown rodeo, formally known as the Human Rights Council, there is disappointment. Richard Goldstone is miffed: Richard Goldstone condemned the U.N. Human Rights...

As Jennifer points out, the liberal spinners are having trouble dealing with the fact that "we’ve lost millions of new jobs since January, and unemployment is at...

I have written before why I think Glenn Beck is harmful to the conservative movement But this video that he played on his program of...

The New York Times's online columnist Roger Cohen has had some distractions this year, but he hasn’t let it deter him from his idée fixe...

That is what they call a phony grassroots campaign cooked up by special interests or political parties afraid to show their own faces. That's what...

I made a mistake in a blog post two days ago when I called the University of Chicago economist Robert Lucas the father of the...

Creigh Deeds is in trouble. Obama comes to Virginia and doesn't appear with him. Democratic officials are criticizing him in public. Liberal activists are saying...

The liberal-blogger spin factory is going to blow a gasket. It's huffing and puffing, working overtime and at a furious pace. The worry is that...

Dick Cheney's former  national security adviser, John Hannah, has an interesting op-ed in the L.A. Times that challenges the conventional wisdom that stiffer sanctions and,...