Post Archive

May 20, 2010

The most informative development in the Korean ship-sinking case this week is the silence of China on the matter, something South Korea’s press has addressed...

As least one candidate has her eye on the ball. Carly Fiorina has figured out that the UN sanctions deal is toothless. So she is...

Jen, I wanted to pick up on your post that calls attention to the front page Washington Post story, according to which: Strategists at both ends...

Speaking in the Rose Garden with Mexican President Calderón, Obama let the cat out of the bag. Recall that he and the Democrats put immigration on...

The Iran sanctions agreement's phoniness is becoming more clear each day. This report explains that the Iran oil business is booming: None of the current sanctions...

Secretary of State Hillary Clinton won grudging praise even from the Wall Street Journal editorial board for managing to reach agreement with China and Russia on a UN Security Council sanctions resolution against Iran. That...

George Will has a wonderful column today that begins this way: The candidate who on Tuesday won the special election in a Pennsylvania congressional district is right-to-life and pro-gun. He...

Syrian President Bashar Assad’s candid interview this week with Lebanon’s As-Safir paper ought to be studied by anyone who still believes in either the possibility...

John Brennan, deputy national security adviser for homeland security, has come up with a new way to waste the foreign-policy establishment’s time  — locate the...

The Washington Post tries to throw Obama and the Democrats a lifeline. It's understandable that the liberal media -- which witnessed a complete repudiation of...

Margaret Carlson has two smart observations about the political demise of Arlen Specter. First, on top of his general toxicity to Democratic candidates, Obama helped...

Karl Rove reminds us of several key points regarding the Pennsylvania 12th special election. First, Mark Critz carried no water for Obama, unlike the vast...