Post Archive

November 11, 2010

A longtime reader passes on this astounding report: An Al Qaeda leader, the head of a designated terror organization and a confessed jihadist-in-training are among a...

Israeli leaders are often rightly warned to avoid the temptation to tiptoe into the muddy waters of American partisan politics. That is a lesson that...

Larry Sabato, who is not given to wild predictions, writes: Obama may be able to count on the 200 electoral votes in the Democratic states, but...

Today, NBC and Politico announced they would co-host the first Republican presidential debate sometime in the spring of 2011. Presumably they are using the benchmark...

Yuval Levin writes of the preliminary debt commission report: If this is the Obama administration’s starting position in the conversation about deficit and debt reduction, it...

Burma is yet another example of the Obama team's failed strategy of engaging totalitarian regimes. We were going to lessen Burma's isolation and see if...

Things are looking up for the Republicans. First, John Boehner -- in contrast to Nancy Pelosi's habit of calling expensive aircraft to ferry her around,...

As the calendar ticks off the last days of Arlen Specter’s 30-year reign in the United States Senate, it appears that one of his colleagues...

So it appears that a government is finally going to be formed in Iraq, after eight agonizing months of politicking. As usual, Iraqi politicos waited until...

Obama's chief economic adviser inside the White House, Austan Goolsbee -- formerly a professor at the University of Chicago -- offers a terrific three-minute explanation...

We are told that the administration is to "tweak" its message on Afghanistan. But it sounds more like it is throwing in the towel on...

Claire Berlinski's must-read article in the September issue of Standpoint describes how the overwhelming majority of Turks have no idea what really happened earlier this...