Post Archive

November 29, 2010

In a previous post on WikiLeaks, I suggested that if the New York Times is serious about its commitment to openness, it should publish its own...

Based on secret diplomatic cables that were published by the website WikiLeaks, Foreign Policy reports, “In a telling exchange at the end of his meeting...

James Capretta explains why the entitlement-reform proposal put forth by Rep. Paul Ryan and former Fed vice-chairman Alice Rivlin is so important: In Medicare, the Ryan-Rivlin...

Americans are naturally focused on the counterinsurgency work being performed by our forces in Afghanistan and to a lesser extent in other areas of radical...

To give you a sense of the utter lack of responsible governance by the Democratic Congress, keep in mind that the continuing resolution to keep...

Howard Kurtz -- no kidding -- has recently discovered that Sarah Palin is a shrewd manipulator of the media. Next up: Dems' loss of the midterms...

I would strongly concur with J.E. Dyer's observation concerning the leaked cables: Its true value lies in confirming what hawks and conservatives have been saying about...

The comments of our top national security officials on the topic of Iran are becoming alarmingly incoherent. A case in point comes from Admiral Mike...

Reading the New York Times’s “Note to Readers” explaining why it has decided once again to act as a journalistic enabler of WikiLeaks, I...

Not all reporters are as driven by ideology and ignorant of the conservative movement as is the New York Times. Others have not ignored the obvious conclusion...

Here's an Israel story everyone should keep tabs on. For the first time that I can recall, an ultra-Orthodox member of the Knesset has openly...

The WikiLeaks documents have multiple ramifications, but I will focus on one: the confirmation that the Obama "linkage" argument was pure bunk. Recall that the...