Post Archive

October 21, 2009

There is little question any longer that we are trying the appeasement approach with Russia. Reassuring another nation that we have absolutely no intention of...

For most of the past few years, liberals who claim to care about human rights have pointed to the disaster in the Darfur region of...

Commenting on the angst-ridden decision-making process with regard to a war strategy for Afghanistan, Charles Krauthammer observes: Well, it's not just the process of the White...

Pete, Politico has an eye-opening report that puts the White House's Fox vendetta in a larger context. It is not simply Fox but any critic...

The exchange that Jake Tapper of ABC News had with Robert Gibbs, the White House press secretary, was significant because of the locution used by...

Another poll confirms that Creigh Deeds's campaign is in a downward spiral. Public Policy Polling shows Bob McDonnell up by 12 points, 7 points higher...

While Iran-U.S. negotiations take on the aura of "Deal or No Deal" regarding the potential shipment of Iran's enriched uranium outside the country, Iran has...

By dragging out the decision-making process on our Afghanistan war strategy, the president has not only irritated the military and our allies and given our foes...

Jeffrey Goldberg, not a neocon conspirator last time I checked, is asking some good questions about J Street. For example, why hasn't the "pro-Israel" group...

Jack Shafer has just published a fascinating behind-the-scenes article, "Barack and Anita Diss Roger Ailes." Shafer, in writing about press coverage Obama deemed insufficiently favorable,...

Michael Gerson doesn't think that Olympia Snowe's vote for the Baucus bill means much. He writes: Snowe's vote applies a thin veneer of bipartisanship on health...

Human Rights Watch really ought to lay low for a while. Over the past few months, the once-admired watchdog admitted to fundraising in Saudi Arabia...