Post Archive

October 12, 2010

After several hysterical pieces in the New York Times denouncing New Jersey Governor Chris Christie’s refusal to sink his state deeper in debt to build...

Every once in a while, someone connected to the non-direct, non-peace talks pipes up with a true statement. Here's a particularly refreshing dose of reality: Vice...

I'm not sure we've ever had a White House press secretary like Robert Gibbs. His disdain for the media corps is only matched by his...

Terrorism analysts Steven Simon and Jonathan Stevenson had an intriguing op-ed in the Washington Post on Sunday suggesting that al-Qaeda is moving away from trying...

The thesis of Max Boot’s post yesterday, on the possibility that a friendly grenade killed British aid worker Linda Norgrove, is well-taken. Hewing to a...

Think of it this way: Obama and Biden and Axelrod and Gibbs have to talk about something between now and November 2....

The leftist Tablet looks at the Senate race. The most interesting is Pennsylvania (h/t Ben Smith): PENNSYLVANIA Jewish candidate guy: Senator Arlen Specter (D). People who are actually...

Democrats are, as Jennifer noted, rapidly coming to understand that the proportions of the Republican wave this fall may turn out to swamp not only...

A new batch of Senate polls are out. There's not much good news for the Democrats: Republican Linda McMahon cut her opponent’s advantage in Connecticut’s Senate...

A New York Times analysis yesterday discussed how the 63-year-old India-Pakistan conflict is undermining a vital American interest, one to which Washington has committed almost...

OK, this is one rotten poll for the president: More than 4 of 10 likely voters who say they once considered themselves Obama backers now are...

The second AJC poll of the year has some interesting results: Some 49 percent of U.S. Jews approve, while 45 percent disapprove, of the Obama administration’s...