Post Archive

October 26, 2009

Michael Goldfarb of the Weekly Standard is at the event and has been filing some must-read reports. Apparently the conference, especially the blogger panel, is...

What happens when the Ditherer in Chief meets the Supreme Dawdler? Iran hinted Monday it could agree to ship some low-enriched uranium abroad for processing as...

One thing Jennifer’s summary suggests is that all the saga needed was a spoofable name for Iran’s lately revealed uranium-enrichment site near Qom. And here...

Harry Reid is pushing the public option. The White House, which desperately tried to lure in Olympia Snowe, is upset. So who's in charge? It's...

That stark assessment of Creigh Deeds's candidacy in the Virginia gubernatorial race comes from the Democratic website Not Larry Sabato. And that's Deeds's side. Deeds has run...

Just to follow up on Jennifer's post: the New York Times’s David Sanger, apparently filing from an alterate universe, writes about negotiations over Iran’s nuclear...

This New York Times report on the Iran negotiations provides insight into the administration and elite opinion. It is also a cautionary tale for those...

At the Washington Institute’s Weinberg Founders Conference on October 18, Gen. (Ret.) Charles Wald, former deputy commander of the U.S. European Command, participated in a...

Gallup offers us this interesting survey information: Conservatives continue to outnumber moderates and liberals in the American populace in 2009, confirming a finding that Gallup first...

I happened to be few miles away from the terrible bomb blasts that went off in central Baghdad on Sunday, but I first became aware...

Ed Gillespie is the latest official from the Bush administration to come forward and call out the Obama team for lying about the failure...

The buzz in Washington is that Democrats are going to put the public option back into the health-care bill, whether it makes sense or not...