Post Archive

December 16, 2009

Max, the threat that detainees transferred to the U.S. would be released by federal courts and the risk that the severe restrictions on terrorists' access to their comrades...

I seldom find myself in disagreement with my colleague Jen Rubin. This is one of those rare occasions. I am not as alarmed as she...

In the age-old battle of the philosophical postures -- “nothing can possibly happen” versus “everything is about to” -- Zeno’s logical paradoxes seem to be...

The American people aren't buying the Obama spin that moving Guantanamo detainees to the U.S. is a good idea. Gallup reports: Americans remain opposed to closing...

From strictly a governing and competence perspective, the health-care process that is unfolding has been one of the worst -- and maybe the worst --...

The Washington Post has two articles on its website about Pakistan that are, on the surface, about different subjects but actually are closely related. One...

As Jennifer noted, President Obama has written a letter to North Korean dictator Kim Jong-il. The exact contents of the letter are unknown, so I...

ABC News has an informative report, making clear what conservative critics of Obama's policy of moving the terrorists to U.S. prisons have long argued: that...

The new preconditions for negotiations that Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas posed this week are, as Jonathan noted, equivalent to refusing to negotiate until there’s...

Obama, we're told, has penned a letter to North Korea's diminutive thug Kim Jong-il. This is not a good thing. You recall the dreamy letter...

The Times reports this morning that a man who spent 28 years in prison for a rape and murder he did not commit has been...

The Justice Department has ordered its career trial lawyers who have been subpoenaed by the U.S. Commission on Civil Rights not to appear to provide testimony or...