Post Archive

January 5, 2010

Jonathan, you bring up an interesting point: “If your libertarian instincts tell you that it’s none of your business if two men or two women...

C-SPAN's Brian Lamb has asked Congress and the president to keep their word on transparency and let C-SPAN cover the "critical stage of reconciliation between the...

The pattern in reacting to terrorism is now unfortunately all too familiar. First, the administration says, “The system worked." But everyone knows that's crazy talk. So...

It’s nice to read in the Wall Street Journal that more shipping companies are embarking armed security guards to protect their ships off the coast...

Bob Herbert gives us a peek into the mindset I think permeates the Left and the Obama administration in particular: I’m starting the new year with...

Mickey Kaus lists the people who don't like ObamaCare: old people, young people, and opponents of the bill. As for supporters of the bill, he explains: Two subgroups...

Meeting with Israeli officials in Jerusalem this morning, British Attorney General Baroness Scotland reiterated her government’s pledge to amend the “universal jurisdiction” law under which...

John, a potential victory by Republican Scott Brown in the race to fill Ted Kennedy's Senate seat -- which would be "10" on the political Richter...

Shocking, I know, but the Democrats are going to dispense with a real conference committee on health care and hammer out a quickie (they hope)...

Deep into defensive spin mode on the Christmas Day bombing plot, the Obama team is fanning out with talking points. "The system works most of...

This week, the District of Columbia began charging shoppers 5 cents for each plastic bag. Consumers and grocery-store clerks are in for a headache. A nickel...

Buried deep inside an angst-filled column complaining that Obama is underappreciated and overly criticized, Richard Cohen concedes what many on both the Right and Left suspect:...