Post Archive

October 15, 2010

I second Peter Wehner’s point that Bill O’Reilly was in error to speak of “Muslims killing us on 9/11.” Islamist extremists killed us on 9/11....

The announcement today that 238 housing units will be built in Jerusalem will have no impact on whether there will ever be peace between Israel...

Harold Lewis, Emeritus Professor of Physics at the University of California, Santa Barbara, has written a delicious resignation letter to the president of the American...

Bill O’Reilly appeared on The View yesterday, and the conversation turned to the effort to build a mosque near Ground Zero. In the course of...

That sound-bite by Sharron Angle in response to Harry Reid's refusal to concede that we have a Social Security solvency problem may have won Angle...

As a follow-up, Ken Buck, running for Senate in Colorado, has a beautiful ad in which he discusses how the elite ignored the Tea Party...

Pat Caddell is one mad Democrat: Veteran Democratic operative Pat Caddell is unloading on the White House, saying he’s had enough with the president whose “hypocrisy”...

From ridiculed and ignored to influential. The Tea Party has made it above-the-fold in the New York Times, which accords grudging respect to those it...

Charles Krauthammer spots one of the most important political developments of 2010: The rise of the conservative woman. Sarah Palin's influence is the most obvious manifestation...

The left has plenty of reason to wig out. Their ideal liberal candidate is proving to be a bust as president. The public is still stubbornly...

The Washington Post’s Michael Gerson (co-author, with me, of City of Man: Religion and Politics in a New Era) has written a lovely column about...

While obsessing over a peace process with a zero chance of success, Obama has turned a blind eye to the real dangers in the region....