Post Archive

January 14, 2010

It is, of course, axiomatic that George W. Bush was to blame for natural disasters that struck during his presidency. In the case of Hurricane...

You would be excused for thinking that the Wahabbi religious establishment of Saudi Arabia and the religion guarantees of our First Amendment have no more...

Frederick Kagan and Christopher Harnisch have a useful think piece in the Wall Street Journal today on applying “smart power" in Yemen. Their series of...

According to this report, Big Labor bosses and the Obama administration have cut a deal on the plan to tax the so-called Cadillac health insurance...

Stuart Rothenberg tells us: Democratic desperation and other compelling evidence strongly suggest that Democrats may well lose the late Senator Edward Kennedy’s Senate seat in Tuesday’s...

A curious report appears over at Main Justice, a website that offers nice juicy gossip and often mirrors the liberal legal party line from the...

Mike Allen and Jim Vandehei pronounce: "Republicans aren’t as delusional as some think." The "some" -- in case you missed the bias -- is "smart liberals."...

Reid Wilson at Hotline reports: A year into his tenure, a majority of Americans would already vote against Pres. Obama if the '12 elections were held...

If you think I was harsh comparing Martha Coakley to Creigh Deeds, take a peek at Gail Collins's rant today. She says that Coakley "is...

In the middle of a rant advising Obama to escape the thrall of Wall Street, E.J. Dionne lets this slip out: Some keep pushing the tired...

Politico reports: Barack Obama came to town a year ago to change the way politics worked, and Organizing for America was to be his instrument. The...

Michael Barone thinks Martha Coakley showed her true stripes and may have tipped the race by ignoring the shoving of reporter John McCormack in front...