Post Archive

December 23, 2009

For the last two decades, those committed to warm ties with Beijing have tried to tell Americans that the development of capitalism in China—albeit a...

I live and pay taxes in California. And when I read Governor Schwarzenegger’s “threats” today, about the consequences of the federal government's not bailing out...

When it comes to the public outrage that will emerge based on the deals that took place to secure passage of the Senate health-care bill,...

Politico is reporting that the White House "privately anticipates health care talks to slip into February" and that "disputes over abortion and the tight schedule...

I have some sympathy with Warren Kozak's complaint regarding the prosecution of three Navy SEALs charged with beating Ahmed Hashim Abed, a captured terrorist of...

The Washington Post editors timidly suggest: The most momentous international event of 2009 was the uprising in Iran, and though the regime's collapse is not imminent,...

The person selected to respond to the State of the Union has a rough time. There is no competing with the pomp and excitement of...

Harold Meyerson writes of Big Labor's reaction to ObamaCare: Labor believes, rightly, that the cost controls in the Senate bill come chiefly from insurance policy holders...

Among the dopier things written about the health-care debate is this rant accusing the Senate Republicans of wimping out on health care. Other than running...