Post Archive

October 5, 2010

The Anti-Defamation League may have unwittingly done pop-rock icon Roger Waters a favor when it came down on him recently like a ton of bricks...

A majority of the House would have voted to extend all the Bush tax cuts, but Nancy Pelosi wouldn't allow a vote. The president's class-warfare...

If you need proof that Mahmoud Ahmadinejad wants to plant the Revolutionary Iranian flag in Jerusalem, consider this. A replica of the Al-Aqsa mosque is...

The Connecticut Senate race provides an interesting test case for the proposition that the old political rules don’t apply this year. As demonstrated by last...

From the inception of J Street, I and other conservatives have argued that its "pro-Israel" label was false. Both in actions and in words it has...

The prospect of a Democratic wipe-out and the engagement, politically and financially, of aggrieved conservatives have freaked out liberals. So they resort to this sort...

Four weeks from today (less, in states with early voting), Americans will stream to the polls and deal a blow to Obama and his agenda....

The Hill, in two separate reports, details the efforts by Democrats to run from their party. First, pretend you are neither a Democrat nor an incumbent: With...

Michael Gerson deftly explains another dashed hope of the Obama administration: As a candidate, it was a measure of Barack Obama's political innovation and ambition that...

The Wall Street Journal editors observe: West Virginia Governor Joe Manchin has become the first Senate Democratic candidate to call for the repeal of ObamaCare, never...

Tom Jensen of Public Policy Polling seems shocked to find tremendous unity in the GOP ranks. He writes: The biggest story of the primary season this...

Thunk. Do we tell her moving day is in January? "In the weekly briefing, Pelosi said that she believes the Democrats have a chance to...