Post Archive

April 12, 2010

In his response to Jen and me, Max writes: “But in this particular instance, I would cut Obama some slack. It does sound as...

At synagogues and community centers, as well as city halls and statehouses around the country, Americans gathered yesterday and today to mark Yom HaShoah, the...

Following up on Jen's and Pete's posts regarding Obama's meeting with Kazakh President Nursultan Nazarbayev at the nuclear-security summit: yes, it's a bit rich that Obama...

We haven't learned to love it. ObamaCare, that is: Three weeks after Congress passed its new national health care plan, support for repeal of the measure...

Ron Kampeas spots Chuck Schumer avoiding a fairly straightforward question from Jake Tapper on Obama's assault on Israel: TAPPER: The Israeli newspaper Yedioth Achronoth quoted an anonymous...

It makes one squirm to hear Russian president Dmitry Medvedev gush over Obama -- how he is not only a "comfortable partner" but a "thinker,"...

Veteran peace processor Aaron David Miller gets it half right in today’s Los Angeles Times when he dissects the apparent desire of the Obama...

Jennifer, the story about Arlen Specter’s alleged promise is certainly amusing. Former Senator Rick Santorum has spent the last few years trying to alibi his...

Jen, your posting about President Obama’s discussion with Kazakh President Nursultan Nazarbayev is spot on. It tells us a great deal about Obama’s approach to...

Jeff Jacoby, the Boston Globe's excellent columnist, puts his finger on a disturbing trend: the increasing partisan split over Israel. This split was partially masked by...

At times Obama seems to embody the worst characteristics of the Left -- near comical moral equivalence, indifference to human rights, and a willingness to...

The Pennsylvania Senate race has had its share of accusations of political shenanigans, if not illegal behavior. First, there was the suggestion that the White...