Post Archive

December 10, 2009

I am not usually saddened to hear that publications that I never read will cease to be published. But I am saddened to learn of...

I agree with Jackson Diehl that there was something missing from Obama's Noble Peace Prize address: Obama could have used the speech to make clear to...

Polling on ObamaCare is frightfully bad for the Democrats and worsening, it seems, every week and month. Today from the CNN/Opinion Dynamics we learn that only 36...

Vaclav Havel, in a intriguing interview, explains why "small compromises" on human rights have a dangerously cumulative effect: We know this from our modern history. When...

So J Street's pollster, Jim Gerstein (who was also a founding VP of J Street), has done a poll of Israelis for the New America...

This report on Anwar al-Aulaqi, Major Nidal Hasan's e-mail pal and the former imam of a northern Virginia mosque, explains: The Yemeni American cleric at the center of...

Tucked on page 4 of the Metro section of the Washington Post is a story explaining: Congress appears likely to keep the D.C. voucher program closed...

The Washington Post's editors argue that Harry Reid's "11th hour compromise" is actually a very old idea going back decades and "a far more dramatic step toward...

Noemie Emery smartly observes, "Patrolling the world is not an idea that appeals to Obama by nature, nor one he can reach without strain." She...

Groups that were lured by the White House to dog-and-pony confabs and promised sweetheart deals in exchange for acquiescence on health care have gotten a rude...

Obama's Nobel Peace Prize speech could have been a whole lot worse. In fact, there is much for conservatives to crow about and much to...

Even with a sampling imbalance in favor Democrats (36 percent, to only 27 percent Republicans, as opposed to the recent Gallup survey showing a 6-point spread)...