Post Archive

November 24, 2010

As they say in Congress, I would like to expand and clarify my previous remarks on TSA security screening. Abby Wisse Schachter at the New...

Most veterans have spent a Thanksgiving on duty. Many have spent Thanksgiving overseas. Some -- a growing number -- have spent it on alert or...

Doug Holtz-Eakin defends himself and his fellow signatories on their letter to the Fed taking exception with the $600B bond-buying spree. He covers a number...

On a visit to Israel, Ben Smith makes note of an interesting trend. He reports that while most Israelis don’t seem to have any preference...

The attack on North Korea -- an act of war by any definition, even if not acknowledged as such -- is a timely reminder that...

Here’s a sobering paragraph from a New York Times report on North Korea: When North Korea set off a nuclear test last year just months after...

A genuinely delightful moment at the bar, courtesy of a lawyer named Bennett Epstein and Judge Kimba Wood of the Southern District of New...

John, you’re being too hard on the president. He’s only writing the letter to the editor because Kim Jong-il refused to have a beer summit...

As we've noted, 2012 may be another perilous outing for Democratic incumbent congressmen and senators. The number of Democratic senators on the ballot in the...

Jonathan noted yesterday that foreign critics are outraged by Israel’s passage of a law this week mandating referenda on certain types of territorial concessions. But...

Yesterday came the news that the Federal Reserve expects unemployment to hover around 9 percent throughout 2011 and possibly decline to 8 percent by the...

We had the Mitch Daniels flutter. Then it was the John Thune ripple (if you missed it, don't worry -- most of the country did)....