Post Archive

October 26, 2010

My column today in the New York Post says what happens on November 2 on a national scale is already baked in the cake; nothing...

Does having a voting machine pre-set to Harry Reid's name in Nevada constitute the kind of "nudge" -- the positive and subtle social engineering that,...

In case you thought the Middle East couldn't become more contentious and unstable than it already is, there is this report: The United Nations backs Palestinian...

The House outcome is no longer in dispute. As Jay Cost put it, it is either a tsunami or a "tsunami-to-end-all-tsunamis." But in the Senate, with...

Obama has done what was seemingly impossible -- he has lost David Brooks and made him into a scathing critic of the Democrats' delusional thinking....

Michael Gerson conducts a must-read interview with Charlie Cook. In addition to predictions of a massive GOP wave, there is this discussion about Obama and...

That Turkey has grown unrelentingly hostile to Israel, and cozy with Iran, is no longer news. But it is news, of the most disturbing kind,...

Liberals would have us believe that government is more trustworthy and competent than the private sector to manage large sums of money. A gaping deficit, ham-handedness...

In a recent interview with Philip Klein of the American Spectator, Representative Paul Ryan spoke about the limits of the strategy to defund ObamaCare: Obviously, I’m...

In the final week of the campaign, the Democrats are reduced to a series of Hail Marys and a string of unbelievable claims, one wackier...

Peter Berkowitz makes mincemeat of an E.J. Dionne column. "Dionne continues to insist, contrary to the evidence, that the Tea Party is a small and...