Post Archive

November 12, 2010

An enterprising journalism school might want to start offering a one-day seminar in the effective staging of videotaped waterboarding. Getting under a wet towel is...

Obama's international endeavors are going about as well as his party's electoral efforts. The latest flop: "The presidents of the U.S. and South Korea were unable to...

A college course could be built around the new UN report on North Korea’s continuing proliferation activities. The report, released on Friday, was ready for...

There has been a lot of criticism of George Soros on COMMENTARY's blog. The financier has bankrolled a great many left-wing groups and candidates. He...

On Meet the Press, Sen. Jim DeMint – widely admired by conservatives and the Tea Party for his passionate advocacy for limited government – spent...

My first reaction upon reading Madeleine Albright's letter on foreign policy, co-signed by some other foreign ministers, was: this woman was secretary of state? She...

They call it a merger, but let's not kid ourselves. Tina Brown will be running the show and is sure to offload the remaining deadwood...

Jeffrey Goldberg writes that one reason he does not post more on the peace process is that “there isn't actually much of a peace process...

When looking for hopeful signs of a move to the center by the Obama administration, observers point to the about-face on the 2011 troop-withdrawal deadline...

Some 40 years ago, author Joe McGinniss shined a light on the way campaign imagery shapes our perceptions of politics with his The Selling of...

“He is ... endowed with a happy nature,” Edmund Morris wrote of Ronald Reagan, “his optimism unquenchable, his smile enchantingly crooked, his laughter impossible to...

According to the Wall Street Journal, Decision Points, the new memoir by George W. Bush, sold 170,000 copies on its first day (and 50,000 ebooks...