Post Archive

February 24, 2010

Andrew Exum, a former U.S. Army officer who now blogs at Abu Muqawama, has a good piece explaining why Gen. Stanley McChrystal’s rules of engagement,...

Two news reports from the last day highlight poignantly the paralysis of the West in the face of a nuclearizing Iran. One is a Washington...

Mark Helprin, meet John Arquilla. Helprin is a gifted novelist who, in his spare time, offers strategic commentary. Arquilla is a professor at the Naval...

Brian Riedl of the Heritage Foundation examines the new Congressional Budget Office finding that the stimulus package "saved or created" 1.5 million jobs and notes...

Since I’m spending part of this day calling attention to sober, serious-minded, and impressive governors -- both current and past -- here’s an interview with...

One of America’s best political reporters, Fred Barnes, has a short piece on one of America’s best governors, Mitch Daniels. Barnes reports that Daniels has...

Everyone has been buzzing about reconciliation, a procedural trick for getting around the Senate filibuster on ObamaCare. But first the House has to pass it....

The Christian Science Monitor is reporting that the Pakistani crackdown on the Afghan Taliban is more widespread than previously believed (h/t: Center for a New...

Tom Campbell in an interview with the New Ledger discusses some of the issues that both Phil Klein of American Spectator and I have brought to light...

Haaretz has an amazing story about how 
Mosab Hassan Yousef, son of one of Hamas’s founders, was for years a top intelligence source for Israel’s...

The New York Times has a rather jaw-dropping look into the inability of Obama to do his job. This report recounts a meeting with lawmakers...

Big Labor has an image problem. It seems that helping to run the American car industry into the ground (with help from less-than-stellar management, of course),...