Post Archive

November 2, 2009

The suspicion among conservatives is that independent Chris Daggett has been helped along by Jon Corzine, who was looking to go down by a big...

If Hillary Clinton is unhappy about the abuse she is taking from the Arab world over her equivocal attitude toward Israel, then she should blame...

The House Republican Conference spent the weekend laboring over the unenviable task of reading the Pelosi health-care bill, all 1,990 pages of it. While they were...

During the Cold War, the Soviet Union favored certain methods: sponsoring Marxist insurrections, training guerrillas, and arming terrorists. Revolutionary Iran remains an ambitious student of...

Bob McDonnell, according to the latest batch of polls, is heading for a runaway win tomorrow. One point of interest will be whether McDonnell was...

Hamid Karzai is by no means a great statesman, but his return to office for another term does bring with it two salutary consequences. First,...

Here’s a stunning development: the New York Times’s theater-critic-turned-political-columnist Frank Rich is foot-stompin’ mad. The cause for Mr. Rich’s latest outburst is the race in...

Despite her best efforts to exact revenge, Dede Scozzafava, it seems, has been unable to convince very many voters to follow her advice. A new...

Sen. Joe Lieberman pens an impassioned plea against the public option, concluding that we should do something else instead: We can all agree on health care...

There is a certain Gilbert & Sullivan -- or is it Monty Python? -- quality to our position on the Afghan elections. As the Obami...

The Washington Post reviews the Obama foreign-policy results and finds, unlike the Nobelists, not much to praise. The report pronounces that "he is struggling to translate...

I’ve noticed something in our political commentary that I suspect I’m not alone in. When Democrats and liberals making sweeping electoral gains, it’s based on...