Post Archive

August 4, 2010

Iran’s announcement this week that it has four batteries of the Russian S-300 air-defense missile system is a media ploy. The Iranian statement mirrors precisely...

What happened in Missouri yesterday is quite remarkable. By nearly a 3-to-1 margin, voters rejected a key provision of President Obama's health-care law. More...

Here are the latest findings from Democracy Corp, the group headed by James Carville and Stanley Greenberg: Monthly tracking from Citizen Opinion shows troubling trends in...

Miracles will never cease. The United Nations, of all organizations, is actually backing Israel's account of the border clash with Lebanese troops: The United Nations peacekeeping...

Quietly, without a lot of hype or fanfare, General David Petraeus is putting his stamp on operations in Afghanistan. A few indications of his approach...

According to Politico, Senator John McCain has added his voice to GOP calls for congressional hearings into altering the Constitution's 14th Amendment, which grants citizenship...

According to a new Rasumussen Reports survey, more likely voters now believe Barack Obama’s policies are to blame for the continuing bad economy than blame...

The votes in the Senate aren't there for the crowning glory of Obama's "reset" strategy with Russia: The treaty, called New Start, was supposed to be the...

After Monday’s rocket attack on Eilat and Aqaba, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu mouthed the de riguer platitude: the attack was perpetrated “by terrorist groups...

It doesn't have the force of law, but this is a telling rebuke of the president: Missouri voters on Tuesday overwhelmingly rejected a key provision of...

Michael Gerson writes of Obama: During the primaries, his cool detachment highlighted Sen. John McCain's alarming excitability. As president, Obama's rhetorical range runs from lecturing to...

Dorothy Rabinowitz isn't snowed by the liberal claptrap over the Ground Zero mosque: "[H]ow is it that the planners, who have presented this effort as...