Post Archive

October 25, 2010

I haven’t read Jonathan Franzen’s new novel, Freedom. Franzen is a talented American writer and his works to date are not wanting for brilliant descriptive...

Charlie Cook writes: It’s easy to look at what appears to be a gigantic Republican 2010 midterm election wave in the House and feel a little...

My former boss, Les Gelb, is onto something when he points out in the Daily Beast that the deadline for U.S. troops exiting Afghanistan isn’t...

NPR's funding has come under attack in the wake of the Juan Williams debacle. NPR claims that only a tiny portion of its funding comes...

Jen references Michael Gerson's devastating Washington Post column in which he calls President Obama an intellectual snob. Equally interesting, I think, is a front-page...

In examining the White House's "bunker mentality," Howard Kurtz talks to the Ragin' Cajun, James Carville: James Carville, the Cajun strategist, describes the White House mood...

Give Hamid Karzai points for honesty. He has made no attempt to deny a report in the Saturday New York Times that he receives bags...

The New York Times tucked a remarkable statistic into the tail-end of an article on WikiLeaks’s latest document dump, one with ramifications for the ongoing...

Vivian Schiller, NPR's CEO, who will be remembered for her firing of Juan Williams and her slander of him thereafter, has apologized. Sort of. Not...

A week from tomorrow, voters go to the polls to throw out the Democrats. That's the finding of the latest Battleground 2010 poll. Republicans have...

On the matter of the firing of Juan Williams by NPR, I wanted to add a few thoughts to what has already been said and...

Karl Rove gave a feisty interview on Face the Nation to Bob Schieffer -- who couldn't really explain why it was somehow dangerous for conservative...