Post Archive

March 24, 2010

Last month Berkshire Hathaway sold two-year bonds that yield less than federal notes of the same maturity, according to Bloomberg (h/t: Michael Barone). That is a truly astonishing...

Back in 2008, when Barack Obama was doing his best to reassure Jewish voters and contributors that despite a flimsy record and troubling associations with...

We are indebted to George Orwell for the observation that the corruption of public life begins with the corruption of language, and nowhere has that...

Those are the words the Washington Post's Jackson Diehl uses to describe President Obama's approach to Israel. A must-read piece....

A Canadian journalist named Jeet Heer has called out our Jennifer Rubin out today over an item she wrote yesterday quoting an elderly attendee at...

Robert Wright has a very inventive blog item at the New York Times website in which he very audaciously if not very convincingly tries to...

According to Obama’s aide David Axelrod, here is the deeper, almost metaphysical meaning of the Massachusetts Senate race: "It's an analogy I used the other day,"...

There are a number of polls out on ObamaCare. Democrats have seized upon a Gallup poll of all adults, showing a plurality favoring ObamaCare; Republicans point...

My former White House colleague Peter Feaver, in examining the latest CNN polling data, makes this incisive point: What interests me about this poll, however, is...

Ed Koch finds the Obami's treatment of Israel "outrageous and a breach of trust" and concludes that the "relations will never be the same again....

Noemie Emery smartly observes that the passage of ObamaCare has revealed a gulf between the public and its elected leaders: If this has the sense of a...

In Monday’s Washington Post, Jackson Diehl reminds us of what the true stumbling block is on the road to peace. Referring to Condoleezza Rice’s peace...