Post Archive

October 21, 2010

Four U.S. senators have registered concern about the proposal of a start-up company, Amerilink Telecom Corp., to upgrade Sprint Nextel’s national network to 4G data-rate...

I suspect NPR has been looking for an excuse to fire Juan Williams for a long time and decided this would do. It will, I...

As the third Forum on Human Rights in Beijing wraps up today, other news shows just how serious the Chinese Communist Party is about protecting...

Today's New York Times offers two competing narratives from Afghanistan -- one of success, the other of failure. The front page features the most hopeful...

Juan Williams was canned by NPR for uttering inconvenient truths: Juan was appearing on Bill O'Reilly's show Monday night, when O'Reilly asserted, “The cold truth is...

Gallup reports today: Barack Obama averaged 44.7% job approval during the seventh quarter of his presidency. His average approval rating has declined each quarter since he...

Tennessee Gov. Philip Bredesen in an op-ed today explains: Our federal deficit is already at unsustainable levels, and most Americans understand that we can ill afford...

Two reports suggest that the enthusiasm gap remains a problem for the Democrats. From Pennsylvania: Pennsylvania voters have requested nearly 127,000 absentee ballots so far. Of that...

Karl Rove writes: Last Saturday at a West Newton, Mass., fund-raiser, the president said, "facts and science and argument [do] not seem to be winning ......

Josh Rogin reports: The Obama administration is ignoring, and thereby enabling, the Russian government's gross abuse of human rights and its gutting of the country's  democracy,...

Greg Sargent is down in the dumps. Turns out that the enthusiasm gap is as huge as ever. In fact, according to the recent NBC/Wall...

Even Obama's old seat may be lost. Mark Kirk has a small lead in two recent polls. Even the White House couldn't spin this one: "All...