Post Archive

November 6, 2009

Michael Gerson observes that Obama repudiated his carefully constructed campaign persona, a decision that has now proved to be disastrous for his party's electoral fortunes. Gone...

When they vote tomorrow, the four potentially vulnerable Virginia congressmen will each have to decide whether to roll the dice with Nancy Pelosi on  the government...

The New York Times highlights on its front page some damning assessments of the Afghan National Security Forces. In the words of the Times reporters,...

Maj. Nidal M. Hasan's murderous rampage at Fort Hood leaves us horrified and bewildered. And also very angry. We learn from the Washington Post that the perpetrator...

Sen. Jim DeMint, who has been leading the charge against the administration's ill-fated attempt to bully Honduras into taking back Manuel Zelaya, declares victory. In...

Nancy Pelosi is working overtime to prevent Democratic "defections" on her health-care bill. This is sort of a lifeboat lottery. Who can get a pass...

The Washington Post's editors are tapping their feet. It's been five weeks, the Iranians have not accepted "the deal" (the inane arrangement by which we...

Robert Kagan observes the Iranian protesters decrying the regime's brutality and chanting, "Obama, Obama -- you’re either with them or you’re with us." Well, this...

Max Baucus votes against cap-and-trade. Will Harry Reid force his caucus to vote on a bill that doesn't have 60 votes? Well, he's done it...