Post Archive

December 8, 2009

When last we left the standoff between the U.S. Commission on Civil Rights (USCCR) and the Obama Justice Department concerning dismissal of the New Black...

As this vivid account of the Copenhagen climate fest makes clear, the proceedings seem to be less like a scientific and policy conference and more...

The Washington Post, like many mainstream papers, likes nothing better than to slam a Democratic heretic and disguise it as political reporting. John McCain and...

While the attention of the world is focused on the global-warming jamboree in Copenhagen, an announcement made in Washington yesterday may well overshadow that international...

Obama is nothing if not consistent when it comes to promoting human rights and democracy. He's really not for promoting either when doing so could endanger...

Sigh. Another month, another bombing. Baghdad was rocked by massive car bombs in August and October. Now comes another one, this time killing at least...

The American people have a deep reservoir of common sense. It's a good thing, given that common sense is often is short in supply among...

Jonathan Tobin does a fantastic job of dissecting James Bradley’s ludicrous attempt to blame Theodore Roosevelt, of all people, for the Japanese attack on Pearl...

David Ignatius's account of a war game involving the United States, Israel, the Europeans, and Iran (and Gary Sick's addendum) is a good guide to...

Poor Harry Reid. With his health-care plan deeply unpopular and with him trailing Republican opponents in Nevada, he is beginning to show signs of cracking...

David Brooks observes: The economy seems to be stabilizing, and this has prompted a shift in the public mood. Raw fear has given way to anxiety...

For months we've heard the Democrats rail against opponents of ObamaCare as "defenders of the status quo." The current system is "unsustainable" or "unacceptable," we...