Post Archive

January 15, 2010

This has not been a good week for U.S.-Japanese relations. Today, Japan ended its eight-year refueling mission that once supported the American war in Afghanistan. And...

Among Harry Reid's many problems is Joe Lieberman, or more particularly, the tick-tock of events from December in which Lieberman objected to Reid's last-minute Medicare...

Just as I suggested this week, Democrats are now attempting, according to Byron York, to Creigh Deeds-ize Martha Coakley. If she is in fact tanking,...

Fred Kagan and Christopher Harnisch make a good point in this Wall Street Journal article about the need to build up the state in Yemen...

The details of the backroom deal between Big Labor and the White House on the excise tax on Cadillac plans are leaking out. This report...

Two Democratic pollsters and consultants, Pat Caddell and Douglas Schoen, take to the Wall Street Journal op-ed pages to decry the attack by the Obami...

Nothing in George Mitchell’s interview with PBS last week received more attention than the envoy’s implied threat to revoke American loan guarantees to Israel. That’s...

Virginia continues to surprise Democrats and the elite media. This week a special election was held to fill the state Senate seat in Fairfax County vacated...

Beijing is ready to say good-bye to Google. Wang Chen, China's State Council Information Office minister, has responded to Google’s principled threat to pull out...

A new poll shows Scott Brown up by 4 points in Massachusetts. The Boston Herald reports: Although Brown’s 4-point lead over Democrat Martha Coakley is within...

The Cook Political Report tells us that Democrats currently occupy 40 of the 50 House seats designated as "toss-up" or "leans." (He has also moved the North Dakota Senate seat...

We knew it wouldn't last. We just didn't know it would happen so fast. That's what conservatives are saying, having survived and indeed flourished in...