Post Archive

November 15, 2010

Just because the Democrats lost an election and chose to anoint the woman who led the political equivalent of Pickett's Charge (I know the much-maligned...

I agree with both Pete and Jen that this is a significant development. Along with Senator McConnell's admission today that earmarks are unacceptable to the...

The debate over Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s decision to renew a settlement-building freeze in the West Bank has been rightly characterized by my colleagues...

Another entry in the Eric Holder "Can you believe this?" file comes with this report (h/t Main Justice): In January, after a review by the Office of...

Elections are wondrous things. Sen. Minority Leader Mitch McConnell, who previously expressed some skepticism about doing away with earmarks, has heard the voters. On the...

Jennifer and Evelyn, between them, have covered pretty comprehensively the problems with latest settlement-freeze deal. I note, however, that the generally left-leaning Economist picked up...

Hamid Karzai has caused considerable consternation with his weekend interview with the Washington Post. He told Post editors and reporters: "The time has come to...

I concur with Pete and the e21 authors. The e21 group not only has the benefit of Pete's wisdom but that of a number of...

Jennifer listed several good reasons to dislike Barack Obama’s latest proposal for a settlement freeze. Here’s one more: it makes serious final-status negotiations even less...

A few weeks ago, we learned that the Obama administration granted get-out-of-ObamaCare waivers to 30 big-time employers. Now we find out that the number of...

The Wall Street Journal has an article this morning about an open letter sent to Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke, a letter signed by leading...

Bill Kristol is optimistic. On Fox News Sunday, he predicted: We're going to have an agreement on extending current tax rates for three or four years,...