Post Archive

July 26, 2010

Forget Wikileaks. For genuine scandal, check out the newly released letter from the U.S. embassy in London to Scotland’s First Minister Alex Salmond. It reveals...

The announcement of what the European Union calls its “toughest sanctions ever” enacted against Iran is certainly a sign that momentum is building for a...

A story in the Washington Post about the GOP's growing optimism that its no votes will be sufficient to reclaim control of Congress includes...

You could waste a lifetime doing nothing but debunking Roger Cohen’s inanities, so I don’t usually bother. But this time, the star New York Times...

I agree with Max that the content of the leaked Afghan war documents is underwhelming. The thousands of pedestrian, narrow-scope field reports tell us nothing...

The Denver Post endorsed Barack Obama for President in 2008. So it’s yet one more indication of the problems now buffeting the Obama presidency when its...

First, Republican Rand Paul wanted to revisit the Civil Rights Act of 1964. Now Representative Zach Wamp, following the lead of Texas Governor Rick...

The Pentagon Papers they’re not. The New York Times and the Guardian, among others, are touting the massive leak of 92,000 classified documents relating to the...

When you read those who were part of the now infamous Journolist group -- hundreds of mostly liberal journalists and academics who joined an...

The Beagle Blogger was not the only one obsessed with Sarah Palin's pregnancy and her son Trig; it just turns out he was the only...

Candy Crowley on State of the Union had this exchange with former CIA director Michael Hayden: COWLEY: ... I mean, Iran doesn't seem to be paying...

On Fox News Sunday and on This Week, the expiration of the Bush tax cuts was much discussed. Under the incredulous questioning of Jake Tapper,...