Post Archive

December 1, 2009

In the lead up to the president's speech, Charles Krauthammer asks the key question: "How committed is the commander-in-chief?" He and others are concerned that...

Climategate has claimed its first casualty. The AP is reporting that Phil Jones, the head of the Climate Research Unit at the University of East...

Last week the decision of both Russia and China to endorse a condemnation of Iran’s nuclear program by the United Nations’ International Atomic Energy Agency...

Holding to the prevailingly brash tenor of the international climate-change debate, the Australian prime minister equated a delay on the enactment of green policy to...

From the briefing held in advance of the speech, Max, there seems to be much to be pleased about. The briefer made clear that the...

As President Obama prepares to deliver his West Point address tonight, most indications are positive -- surprisingly so, given the public hand-wringing from the White...

Political language often frames the public discussion of political issues. “Pro-choice” sounds a lot better than “pro-abortion.” Economic “stimulus” sounds a lot better than government...

Jamie Fly recounts recent statements from China and Russia on the subject of sanctions on Iran and finds: The only broad consensus on Iran is that...

Democrats wary of pushing for a "surtax" for the war in Afghanistan are tiptoeing into an argument that they may want to avoid. Steny Hoyer...

Tim Cavanaugh (h/t Glenn Reynolds) writes: I don't understand the Washington cant that says [Larry] Summers, Treasury Secretary Tim Geithner and other manifest failures can't be...

The weekend before the Virginia gubernatorial election, I spoke with former Rep. Tom Davis. Sensing a victory in the offing, he told me that an...

You know things aren't going well for Democrats when Blue States like New York, Illinois, and Connecticut become real pick-up opportunities for Republicans in 2010...