Post Archive

July 19, 2010

In the July/August issue of Foreign Affairs, Walter Russell Mead reviews David Remnick’s biography of Barack Obama and notes that “students of foreign policy will...

E.J. Dionne is drearily predictable these days. He proclaims that Obama isn't really anti-business; he just hasn't explained himself properly. Yawn. He tries to make...

The New York Times is giving the Onion a run for its money: Why is unemployment so high? The whodunit has flummoxed economists in both parties...

The Wall Street Journal has an extremely helpful guide to the Senate races, making the point that if -- a big, if -- pieces fall...

This report confirms what conservatives have long argued: Obama is dragging the government into sectors of the economy in which it has little competence: A report...

George Will takes a look at the Carly Fiorina/Barbara Boxer Senate race. He reminds us of Boxer's far-left political views and of California's miserable economic...

Joe Sestak's "shut up" strategy seems not to be a winner with Pennsylvania voters: The latest Rasmussen Reports telephone survey of Likely Voters in the state shows...

In yesterday’s post, I focused on a disturbing incident described by PR guru Frank Luntz in a Jerusalem Post interview -- an incident in which...

On the Fox News Sunday roundtable, the panelists observed that the financial-reform bill, indeed all the enormous pieces of legislation that Obama has gotten through Congress,...

A remarkable conference took place in Jerusalem last week on “The Danger of a Nuclear, Genocidal and Rights-Violating Iran; the Responsibility to Prevent.” Its purpose...

J Street more often than not (except on college campuses) says it is pro-peace and pro-Israel. Its actions suggestion otherwise. The telltale sign: its criticism...

The walls are closing in on Obama's Middle East policy. He flattered and cajoled the Palestinians while bullying the Israelis. He insisted on unilateral concessions...