Post Archive

August 24, 2010

The recent cost-cutting proposal to eliminate Joint Forces Command (JFCOM) is followed by a report this week according to which the U.S. Second Fleet staff...

At Atlas Shrugs, Pam Geller has the transcript of a lecture given by Imam Feisal Abdul Rauf in Australia in 2005. What strikes me most...

It seems as though Shirley Sherrod's has not run out yet: Shirley Sherrod, the Agriculture Department official ousted during a racial firestorm last month, declined Tuesday...

John Boehner's timing is pretty good. Today, in a pre-election rabble-rousing speech, he called on Obama to can his economic team: Virtually no one in the...

Peter writes, This Social Security gambit, which will fail politically (as has so much of what Obama and his aides have tried), is simply more evidence...

Rasmussen has an interesting poll concerning which countries Americans consider to be our allies: Eighty-seven percent (87%) rate our neighbor to the north as a U.S....

We are about to begin -- if it doesn't end before it starts -- another round of the endless talks between the Palestinian Authority and...

Of late it has become something of a hobby of mine to point out how the left is becoming increasingly unhinged and alienated from America....

You must remember the denials, the hissy fits, and the outrage. In the wake of the 2008 financial meltdown, Democrats -- and Barney Frank specifically...

The Washington Post reports that the "enthusiasm gap" is very real: Polling has routinely showed Republicans much more enthusiastic about voting in the 2010 election than...

Bret Stephens makes a convincing argument that we took too long to decide to and then act decisively to oust Saddam Hussein. Dubbing it the Twenty...

In yesterday’s post, I discussed some of the negative consequences of Israel’s habit of treating its own negotiating demands as unimportant. But there is another...