Post Archive

March 22, 2010

Even the New York Times sees that, despite Obama's effort to alter the political and social-welfare landscape, he may have succeeded only in enraging the...

John, the opponents are wasting no time with the legal challenges. In my e-mail box bright and early is a message from the Virginia attorney...

Some thoughts on the meaning of the passage of yesterday’s health-care bill. 1. It is without question a landmark bill, among the most far-reaching pieces of...

Hezbollah's reaction to Israel's plan to build 1,600 apartments in a Jewish neighborhood in East Jerusalem might help President Barack Obama understand something that has...

I made the point Friday that Obama's signature domestic-policy issue and his latest foreign-policy gambit reflect a heavy dose of contempt for American public opinion....

There are two schools of thought as to what the passage of ObamaCare portends. On one side is the "cataclysmic" view: this is a transformative...

The Wall Street Journal's editors go after Lindsey Graham on his recent proposed "deal" (which is not close to done) to close Guantanamo and send KSM back to a...

Over at Foreign Policy, Peter Feaver reviews from recent Washington Post and New York Times profiles on Hillary Clinton the pluses and minuses of her tenure as...

Double standards, you say? John Noonan: "Israel gets an ultimatum; Syria gets an ambassador." He suggests: "Syria doesn't deserve to be recognized or rewarded with...