Post Archive

September 12, 2010

The New York Times has a front-page story today about the worsening security situation across Afghanistan. It's hard to deny that violence has been getting worse,...

Venezuela goes to the polls on Sept. 26 in a parliamentary election that opponents of President Hugo Chavez see as “a chance to turn the...

It may have been his finest speech, revealing both his character and ours. It was loving and eloquent, and resisted the urge (which Obama did...

It's great to see a living soldier finally receive the Medal of Honor -- something that hasn't happened since the Vietnam War. Staff Sgt. Salvatore A. Giunta is...

If you'd like to know why the New York Times -- once an order of magnitude above any other paper in the country -- is in...

Rep. Tom Perriello, Democrat of Virginia, is in deep political trouble. He was elected in 2008 in his central Virginia district that runs from Charlottesville down to the North Carolina...

In the Q&A session that followed her 8th of September speech to the Council on Foreign Relations, Hillary Clinton was asked about carrying out foreign...

Before Obama's presser on Friday, Michael Gerson wandered down the memory lane, recalling the 2008 campaign, when Obama's "message had something to do with unity, healing...

Obama's remarks on 9/11 were about what you would expect from a president who has ridiculed his countrymen for overreacting to the most lethal terrorist...

Obama's public persona is so predictable and his image so overexposed that even the left is over him. He's gone from fascinating and cool to...

So much for the charm campaign. At Friday's press conference, Obama went out of his way to make it clear that he is pressuring Israel to...

Just before the Jewish New Year, Obama had a conference call with a group of rabbis. (These calls, by the way, are invariably cringe inducing,...