Post Archive

October 19, 2010

Josh Rogin has been all over Democrat Alexi Giannoulias's claim that Rep. Mark Kirk didn't have anything to do with the Iran-sanctions bill. Rogin has...

If you are tired of obsessing about polls and dissecting turnout models, here are some actual votes to pore over: In Nevada's prime swing county, Republicans...

I share Pete's dismay at Christine O'Donnell's not being familiar with the First Amendment. It is a reminder that some candidates, even in a wave...

Bret Stephens, our valued contributor and Wall Street Journal columnist, has a wonderful profile in the new Philanthropy of Roger Hertog, a longtime COMMENTARY board...

I entirely agree with Pete that conservatives must get serious about federal spending, à la David Cameron. And a wholesale reduction in the number of...

Sarah Palin has assured us that Delaware Senatorial candidate Christine O’Donnell is a “constitutional conservative.” In that case, O’Donnell might set aside some time to re-read the Constitution. In her...

It is hard to design a memorial, let alone a Holocaust museum. There are a handful of firms equipped to handle the demands of the...

Howard Fineman is not exactly a conservative shill. But it is apparent that both he and a slew of Democrats are aghast at Jack Conway's...

Tomorrow Prime Minister David Cameron, who heads a coalition government, is expected to announce the results of a Comprehensive Spending Review of all government expenditures...

In one of his least believable utterances, Robert Gibbs said the election wasn't so much about Obama. It was about "local" issues. That's preposterous, of...

Two swing states tell the story of Obama's radioactive effect on his party. Obama and his wife have been campaigning in Ohio for Gov. Ted...

In yesterday’s post, I described how newly declassified documents from the Vietnam War reveal the enormous strategic impact that America’s perceived credibility as an ally...