Post Archive

February 26, 2010

As John outlined, there are no great or even good options for Democrats, unless of course they were to regroup, come up with a more...

Speaker Nancy Pelosi's imperviousness to reality knows no bounds. The Hill reports: Speaker Nancy Pelosi said she’s once again sticking by embattled Rep. Charles Rangel (D-N.Y.)...

"Where are we now?" This seems to be the question in the wake of yesterday's health-care summit. The scenarios going forward indicate the amazing political...

For those who missed it -- and for those who want to better understand how many gimmicks and false/misleading claims have been made by President...

A ruling by the European Union’s highest court yesterday is a perfect example of the law of unintended consequences. The court ruled that the EU’s...

I heartily agree with your take, Michael. Yet the Obama administration, in its latest bout of fruitless and counterproductive suck-uppery, is returning its ambassador to...

Michael Gerson echoes what many of us observed yesterday: President Obama, as usual, was fluent, professorial and occasionally prickly. Some are impressed by the president’s informed,...

The United States is re-establishing ties with Damascus and hoping to lure Syria away from Iran, but Lebanese scholar Tony Badran warns the Obama administration...

A new Fox News/Opinion Dynamics poll is out. As is to be expected at this juncture, Obama's approval is languishing at 47 percent; only on...

Well, the good news for the Democrats, I suppose, is that their unsuccessful effort to make the Republicans look bad at the summit may drown...

"Little sign of common ground at health-care summit," reads the Washington Post headline. In other words, the entire spin of yesterday -- that there was...

Senate candidate Dan Coats thinks Obama is getting ready for a containment strategy for Iran, and he doesn't like it: "Coats said the 'only option'...