Post Archive

February 19, 2010

Pete, I want to echo your remarks. This is not an isolated instance for Pawlenty, unfortunately. One senses that he is bizarrely using Mitt Romney, circa 2008,...

A long simmering dispute about the level of anti-Israel and anti-Semitic incitement going on at the University of California at Irvine has prompted a debate...

The IAEA's latest report was leaked yesterday and is available here. It makes, as usual, some pretty technical reading, but it has some important insights...

During his speech at CPAC earlier today, Minnesota Governor Tim Pawlenty said this: I think we should take a page out of her playbook [Elin Woods,...

Don't miss today's Washington Post editorial pouring cold water on the return of a U.S. ambassador to Syria. Money quote: Anyone who thinks the Obama administration...

Do you like fairy tales? Here's one written by an American, Joe Klein, who went to the Middle East and got lost in a sandstorm....

Not the least of the innovations that Gen. Stanley McChrystal has introduced is changing how the U.S. interacts with Hamid Karzai. The Obama...

David Brooks observes, "As we’ve made our institutions more meritocratic, their public standing has plummeted. We’ve increased the diversity and talent level of people at...

Yesterday in the Washington Post was a story that didn’t get much attention -- but that is the kind of story that causes Democratic politicos...

I spoke with a source knowledgeable about the Army's anti-terrorism training and the progress of the Fort Jackson investigation. He makes several key points. First,...

The New York Times has run a curious op-ed by a writer I've never heard of: Lara M. Dadkhah, who is identified simply as an...

It's not quite John Edwards territory, but it's close. The New York Daily News (h/t Glenn Reynolds) reports: One of the media elite's most whispered-about scandals...