Post Archive

October 18, 2010

Egypt's Muslim Brotherhood was never a "moderate" organization. I briefly interviewed their spokesman many years ago, and it could not have been more obvious that...

In his op-ed in the New York Times, Tom Brokaw, special correspondent for NBC News, points out that there’s no shortage of discussion about some large issues...

In the well-known line from the movie A Few Good Men, Jack Nicholson tells Tom Cruise, “You can’t handle the truth!” It appears as if President Obama is finding...

Jackson Diehl is the latest Middle East watcher to figure out what went wrong with the non-direct, non-peace talks: For 15 years and more, Palestinian President...

The Obama administration has come to learn that its two most significant achievements — the stimulus and ObamaCare — are fundamentally flawed. President Obama’s admission...

In a sense, it doesn’t matter whether Americans think Iran has too much influence in Iraq. Sunnis, in both Iraq and the larger region, increasingly...

John, your apt analysis got me thinking again about the impact of immigration, including illegal immigration, on California's declining fortunes. As I wrote earlier this...

Sharron Angle helped herself in the one and only debate against the often incoherent Harry Reid. In the post-debate Rasmussen poll, she is up by...

School-reform champions Adrian Fenty and Michelle Rhee put the pressure on D.C.’s next mayor this weekend with a dead-on op-ed in the Washington Post. There’s...

One of the reasons that political science is such an inexact discipline is the difficulty of experimentation. If you want to test, say, a drug, you...

Ross Douthat writes: A month ago, a U.C.L.A. graduate student named Emily Ekins spent hours roaming a Tea Party rally on the Washington Mall, photographing every...

No one can hold a candle to Obama when it comes to whining and self-pity. He's been misunderstood, he says. His opponents are so, well,...