Post Archive

November 1, 2010

So Gallup's final read on the 2010 elections features a generic advantage for Republicans of 15 percent, 55-40. That's been making people shake their heads...

It is one of the memorable lines in Casablanca (which has many of them): "We haven't quite decided yet whether he committed suicide or died trying...

The Democratic Public Policy Polling outfit has a spate of final polls showing GOP candidates leading narrowly in Nevada, Illinois, Washington, and Colorado. Rand Paul and Pat...

Obama, like all pols, is wrapping up the midterm campaign season. He's not exactly ending on a high note. As this report observes: President Barack Obama...

On Tuesday, Democrats will suffer an epic defeat -- worse even than in 1946, when Republicans gained 12 Senate seats and 55 House seats. The...

Politico has a lengthy article on GOP-establishment efforts to stop Sarah Palin in 2012. Top Republicans in Washington and in the national GOP establishment say the...

Scott Rasmussen makes a convincing case that the "tidal shift" we will see at the polls tomorrow is the Democrats' own darn fault: While most voters...

Last week, I wrote that by fighting in Afghanistan, we were "honoring the memory of America’s 9/11 shaheeds (martyrs) — the victims of al-Qaeda and...

There is an interesting column by Aryeh Rubin (no relation) from the Jewish Week that is creating some buzz. The column addresses the phenomenon that Norman Podhoretz...

Here’s a news item certain to be ignored by every human rights organization, every UN agency, and every country that backed the Goldstone Report: almost...

Yesterday the Washington Post ran a front-page story on Thomas Jefferson High School (known commonly as "TJ"), a Fairfax County high school for select, über–academic...

Dana Milbank, like so many other liberals oscillating between gloom and self-delusion, thinks the GOP needs more "grown-ups." By that I suspect he means a...