Post Archive

January 2010

Jennifer referred this morning to the columns of Gail Collins and Charles Blow in the New York Times, in which they complain that the problems...

Appearing on Fox News Sunday, Sen. Evan Bayh, perhaps hearing footsteps back home in an election year, said of the KSM trial that it "sounded good...

Jonathan Martin reports: A tactic that would have seemed far-fetched a year ago, when the new president was sworn in with a 67 percent job approval...

Hillary Clinton's suggestion that she will not be with Obama for the long haul has some pondering her replacement. One list ranges from the uninspired...

Former CIA Director Michael Hayden is the latest and among the most credible critics of the administration's handling of the Christmas Day bombing. He writes: We...

As with everything Obama-related, his promise to abolish Don't Ask, Don't Tell turns out to be less than billed during the State of the Union....

A Katrina-like abomination: "The United States has suspended its medical evacuations of critically injured Haitian earthquake victims until a dispute over who will pay for...

James Taranto's interview with First Amendment lawyer Floyd Abrams is well worth a read. Abrams chastizes critics of the Supreme Court's McCain-Feingold ruling: And my reaction...

 It has perhaps happened before in American politics but not that I can remember. As the Times reported it, At a moment when the country is...

COMMENTARY contributor John Bolton reviews in this must-read piece Obama's brisk SOTU run-through of foreign-policy issues. On nuclear nonproliferation, Bolton observes that Obama made a "critical linkage"...

In a remarkable and entirely welcome reversal, the Eric Holder Justice Department has retreated in its effort to pursue ethics charges against Bush administration lawyers who...

The State of the Union revealed little new about the state of the nation, but much about the Obama presidency. We already knew that the...