Post Archive

November 20, 2009

Stuart Koehl has an excellent piece up at the Weekly Standard on a Washington Post article that characterized the Army’s Stryker combat vehicle...

It’s a busy month for Brazil. The Latin American giant hosted Shimon Peres last week, sustained a visit from Mahmoud Abbas this week, and will...

How cynical is Arlen Specter? I know. That is sort of like asking how deep the ocean is or how high the moon. But sometimes,...

Representatives of the five permanent members of the United Nations Security Council plus Germany met today to discuss the fact that Iran is making fools...

J Street’s condemnation of Sarah Palin for her position on Israeli settlements was predictable -- it is what a pro-Obama, pro-Left organization would do. It...

When Indian Prime Minister Manmohan Singh visits the White House next week, Obama and his administration would do well to employ their much-practiced skills at...

It could be one of the most informative, pleasurable, and dramatically beautiful weeks of your life. Join us from August 4 through August 11, 2010,...

Days after the ADL pandered to its liberal adherents with a report that attempted in part to link mainstream conservative critics of the Obama administration...

After publicly bashing the Afghan government for months, airing their doubts as to whether we have a reliable "partner," and stalling a decision about the...

Megan McArdle has a typically thoughtful post on bending the cost curve, or not, through the Democrats' health-care reforms. She explains: What passes for delivery reform...

When word first came that Major Nadal Hasan had been in contact with a radical imam in northern Virginia, we were told he was doing...

In a front-page Washington Post story today -- headlined “Angry Congress lashes out at Obama” -- we read this: Growing discontent over the economy and frustration...