Post Archive

November 3, 2010

After watching President Obama’s press conference, Democrats who are still left standing must have been mortified. The depth of his self-delusion was stunning. To put things...

The president took it on the chin big time last night, but so did the odious, uniquely American practice of gerrymandering. It is named for...

John Boehner, the presumptive speaker-elect, had to fight a rather extended choking-up episode in his victory speech last night. What got to him was talking...

He wasn't arrogant but he was disingenuous. He understands that he's presided over a massacre in his party, but he's not willing to fundamentally alter...

Josh Block, a long-time Democratic, pro-Israel activist and former AIPAC spokesman, e-mails: "Of 25 competitive races in which Jstreet endorsed, their candidates lost in 14 races,...

The ongoing delegitimization campaign against Israel has recently started featuring a bizarre new argument: Israel isn’t really a democracy, because its Arab citizens lack basic...

We have seen, to the chagrin of the left, more attention in an off-year election on Israel than we get in most presidential races. The Emergency...

The morning after an election is always a field day for data hounds. The exit polls provide part of the fodder for the politically addicted....

In the end, Jimmy McMillan, the viral Internet sensation as the head of the Rent Is Too Damn High Party, scored fewer than 40,000 votes;...

The prospect of an eight or nine or 10 Senate-seat pickup for the GOP has skewed the punditry. You have to keep in mind that the...

What happened? First the body count. The GOP picked up 64, lost three, and has a net pickup so far of 61. However, about a...

How'd they do it? By being the party of no: "It began in late January 2009, when Democratic House Speaker Nancy Pelosi held a quick...