Post Archive

April 23, 2010

The so-called financial-reform bills now working their ways through each house of Congress are, like the health-care-reform bill before them, not about reform at all. They do...

So what is the White House response to the blast from the man who may be the next Senate majority (or minority) leader? Not very...

From the beginning of the New Black Panther Party scandal, the Obama Justice Department insisted that the decision to dismiss a case of egregious voter...

The latest Gallup Poll shows that the party affiliation gap is at the narrowest it has been since 2005, when the GOP was at its...

Former Norwegian diplomat Sven Olaf Eid e-mailed a response to my April 20 post about Israel’s Independence Day (“There Could Have Been Two Independence Days”)....

Adding weight to the dominant critique of Obama’s foreign policy — that it helps our enemies and hurts our allies — is the parlous state...

Obama isn't about to waste political capital on Tony Rezko's banker. That's the gist of this report: Sen. Dick Durbin slipped into the West Wing last...

David Brooks is on a search to find out how it was that we elected such a "moderate" president and wound up with the worst...

BISHKEK, KYRGYZSTAN ­  For anyone who has witnessed the slow erosion of democracy in Russia over the past decade, seeing Prime Minister Vladimir Putin win...

Wow. Yes, Chuck Schumer -- who's angling for Senate majority leader if/when Harry Reid loses in November -- has had enough with the president's Israel-bashing....

In his post yesterday, Max posited that U.S-Israeli tensions make an Israeli strike on Iran unlikely. But in fact, such tensions may well make an...

In case you thought the delivery of Scud missiles to Hezbollah had shaken the Obama administration from its trance and dulled its infatuation with Syrian engagement, think again. This...