Post Archive

September 23, 2010

It has always been the case that Israel’s government would have to choose, at some point, to lift the freeze on settlement construction. The reason...

Now and then a media theme comes along that can only be called fatuous. Next week, North Korea will hold its first ruling-party conference in...

Obama went to the UN and delivered namby-pamby remarks on Iran, eschewing any mention of the potential for military force. The sum total of his...

We've reached the point in the Obama presidency where members of the administration are looking to rescue their own reputations. We saw some of this...

Gail Sheehy, writing for the Daily Beast, reports from the Roosevelt Hotel: Who would have thought that six weeks before a cliffhanger election, President Obama would have...

From an AP report by Edith M. Lederer: Just ahead of Obama's speech, Brazilian Foreign Minister Celso Amorin sharply criticized the United States, saying that the...

I haven’t read Bob Woodward’s new book yet (apparently, it hasn’t been released yet), so I will reserve final judgment until I do. But based...

I sure do miss the days when George W. Bush went to the UN, gritting his teeth and delivering speeches that appalled the representatives of despotic regimes....

Washington Post blogger Greg Sargent has now published the full passage from Bob Woodward's book in which the president discusses his views on terrorism, and...

Here's how it works in the Middle East. An Israeli security guard travels through a section of the nation's capital (no, dear liberals, East Jerusalem is...

A smart political reporter suggests that David Axelrod's op-ed in the Washington Post is further evidence of the bizarre and entirely unproductive exercise in blaming...

Listen, the New York Republican Party isn't exactly a well-oiled machine. Its penchant for supporting bland, unelectable candidates is well known. But the good news for...