Post Archive

October 22, 2010

Democrat Ed Koch and national security expert Dan Senor are supporting the Republican candidate in the NY-22 race. The reason why has to do with...

Matt Drudge links to a story in which, according to the Dallas Morning News, Republican congressional candidate Stephen Broden, a first-time candidate who is supported...

Professor David Greenberg writes in Slate today that the conservative dislike of Woodrow Wilson is “confused,” “bad as an interpretation of the facts,” and “demonstrably...

A number of commentators such as Fred Kaplan, David Ignatius, and Joe Klein have claimed that General Petraeus is abandoning counterinsurgency doctrine in Afghanistan in...

When Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad received a hero’s welcome in Lebanon last week, with hordes of Lebanese lining the streets to cheer his pledge of...

It seems that a single meeting with Jewish leaders did not herald the dawning of a new age in Hugo Chavez's relations with Jews or...

The president has been telling tall tales about the Chamber of Commerce and nefarious foreign money. But the chamber and every other independent source of...

It is not easy to get Sarah Palin and the Daily Beast on the same side of an issue. But both are aghast at NPR's...

The left is plainly miffed that liberal candidates are being called out for their inconsistent or downright hostile stance toward Israel. In a scurrilous column...

Obama's "smart" Middle East diplomacy has strained relations with the Jewish state, alienated American Jews, stymied direct negotiations, raised and dashed the Palestinians' hopes, and...

It is getting worse, not better, for the Democrats in the congressional generic polling. The recession has been worse for men than for women, but the...