Post Archive

June 9, 2010

If you needed any reminder of the Washington Post's egregious cheerleading for Democrats in Virginia (which results in comical reporting and flawed analysis, as Gov....

An interesting report in the Washington Post about Iran's defiance of Western sanctions contains this remarkable nugget: "We are very proud of our diplomacy, although we...

Reihan Salam writes that although he understands that I "am  troubled by the idea of nickel-and-diming national security," he believes "we need to give serious thought to...

Elizabeth Rubin, a former colleague at the Council on Foreign Relations and one of the savviest press observers of Hamid Karzai, floats a theory about...

The Obama team keeps telling us that its foreign-policy gurus have successfully "isolated" Iran and are proceeding with serious sanctions. Neither is true. The Washington Post...

Obama and congressional Democrats have become accustomed to badgering, bullying, and berating business. They see nothing wrong with suing and excoriating Goldman Sachs for shorting...

Blanche Lincoln narrowly beat her Democratic challenger Bill Halter. She is among the walking wounded stumbling into the November election and is unlikely to keep...

The out-of-control international rage against Israel over the Mavi Marmara incident has now entered the realm of farce. It was bad enough to hear the...

The question of the hour is whether the Obama administration is actually going to sit on its hands and do nothing as the Middle East...

After sneering at Sarah Palin on everything from the death panels (i.e., Medicare rationing) to nuclear policy (Obama is enthralled with START and NPT, renounces...

As I noted yesterday, Gerry Connolly, the freshman representative from Virginia's 11th, is one of a handful of vulnerable Democrats in the state. In the Republican primary, which...

It is not only that Obama's "so I know whose a** to kick" language was crude and revealed an unseemly desperation (as Pete pointed out),...