Post Archive

June 2010

The excellent British organization Just Journalism has a report out today comparing the remarkable calm with which the latest instance of passport fraud has been...

That's what Sen. Arlen Specter -- unbound and without any re-election prospects -- suggested the Senate do when confronted with a nominee like Elena Kagan who...

It appears that the Hamas and Hezbollah terror groups have some friends in a rather unlikely niche of the American military. While the Obama administration...

New York Times columnist Thomas Friedman closes his column today by quoting Haaretz’s Akiva Eldar, who believes Israel’s right-wingers hold on to the “no’s” of...

Michael Oren has given yet another interview. One never knows whether to expect the Candid Oren or the Obama-Ingratiating Oren. His job requires a measure...

There are stories in the news right now that in most of their themes are similar to stories that recently set off waves of condemnation...

ABC News, by far the most diligent of the broadcast network news outlets, has stepped up to the plate on the Blago case, with an...

Well, score one for alert anti-tax conservatives: Congressional negotiators briefly reopened the conference proceedings on a sweeping financial regulatory bill on Tuesday after Senate Republicans who...

Yuval Levin provides a useful summary of perhaps the only revelation -- and potential deal-breaker -- in the Elena Kagan confirmation hearings. Yuval explains: It seems...

As the Obama team left for Christmas vacation in December 2008, they issued a report on its internal investigation (the administration has continued its habit...

Gen. David Petraeus probably had no choice. His predecessor was fired for failure to show proper respect for civilian control of the military. It shouldn't...

A little embarrassing for The One, wouldn't you say? U.S. Supreme Court nominee Elena Kagan said her admiration for a former Israeli chief justice was rooted...