Post Archive

January 13, 2010

Give Democratic strategist Dan Gerstein credit. He doesn't think much of the flap over Harry Reid's racial remarks. He has bigger fish to fry: But the...

Harold Ford isn’t scared of Chuck Schumer or Barack Obama, let alone Kirsten Gillibrand. That’s nice, but is it enough to supply the former up-and-coming...

Google’s virile decision to stop cooperation with Chinese censors struck a pretty contrast yesterday with Hillary Clinton’s near-simultaneous speech at the East-West Center. While...

I need to make a correction to my post about faux Jewish-Arab dialogue from last Friday. In it I quoted the distinguished American literary critic...

Additional attendees at the hearing advise me that Chairman John Conyers did open the proceedings with a statement. On one hand, he defended the Justice Department,...

The raft of bad polling data continues for President Obama. When voters were asked in a CNN/Opinion Research survey published on Tuesday to rate Obama's...

For the past two decades the Communist government of China has managed the unique trick of expanding its economy while maintaining its iron grip on...

The House Judiciary Committee took up a resolution forced by Rep. Frank Wolf, calling on the Justice Department to fork over information on its endless,...

There is more unspinnable bad news for Obama, as Nate Silver would say: A new Quinnipiac national survey shows the public evenly split on President Obama's...

Something is deeply wrong with a justice system when mainstream journalists and politicians take it for granted that a suspect’s political views will affect the...

Kathleen Parker pronounces of Hillary Clinton and Sarah Palin that "it is impossible to argue that these two women were not treated unfairly, often cruelly, by...

Politico tries to figure out why a political operative would commit career suicide. The subject is Steve Schmidt, who seems to be willing to trade any...