Post Archive

January 22, 2010

Joe Biden is hardly the world's most diplomatic guy. Recall his infamous walk-out, while still a senator, from a dinner with Hamid Karzai: a gesture...

As negotiators resume the START talks, Poland’s defense minister announced this week that a Patriot missile battery scheduled for deployment in Poland in 2011 will...

National Security Adviser Jim Jones and Admiral Mike Mullen, Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, resumed START talks with the Russians in Moscow on...

The Left is doing a lot of hyperventilating over the Supreme Court's ruling that struck down most of the McCain-Feingold statute. It will forever change...

How badly did Obama mess up? Really badly, says David Brooks: Instead of building trust in government, the Democrats have magnified distrust. The country already believed...

Jen cites a USA Today/Gallup poll that finds an overwhelming 72 percent of those surveyed Wednesday say Brown's victory "reflects frustrations shared by many Americans,...

Newly elected Virginia Governor Bob McDonnell has been picked to deliver the State of the Union response for the Republicans. Let me be the first...

Pete, your post put me in mind of a story Malcolm Muggeridge tells in The End of Christendom, of an evening at the theater with...

For years I have been arguing that we should open military enlistment to recruits who don't have citizenship or even a Green Card. For this...

Here's Jon Stewart mocking MSNBC's Keith Olbermann over the latter's comments on Scott Brown. Stewart is clever and funny, as he usually is; but what...

When last we left the J Street gang, they were enjoying their Washington confab -- though with many fewer congressional "hosts" once it became clear...

This week’s recognition of Ariel College as a “university center” -- a step toward full-fledged university status -- outraged Israel’s academic establishment. For some, the objection...