Post Archive

December 9, 2010

John, it looks like President Obama was right after all when he described the difficulty of bargaining with hostage takers: "It's tempting not to negotiate...

Perhaps American journalists eager to apologize to the world for America’s Islamophobia should take note of the following. According to the AP, “An Islamic centre...

If you’d like yet more evidence of the current liberal crack-up, you can watch liberal Lawrence O’Donnell scolding liberal Alan Grayson here. So now we know:...

In the 1990s, liberals weren’t entirely happy with a triangulating and philandering Bill Clinton, but they were able to escape from that reality in a...

Today on Capitol Hill, the Democratic Party appears to have gone somewhat insane. The House Democratic Caucus voted to oppose the tax-cut deal struck between...

The liberal Robert Reich understands why, on an intellectual level, the Obama embrace of tax cuts is so significant: Apart from its extraordinary cost and regressive...

Among the many things confirmed by the latest WikiLeaks data dump is Saudi Arabia’s concern about the inroads of Iran in Lebanon. Moreover, a U.S....

Leave it to master historian and COMMENTARY contributor Andrew Roberts to come up with a historical precedent for the latest WikiLeaks fiasco. In today’s Daily...

My former White House colleague Keith Hennessey lists the terms of the tax deal, his analysis, and his recommendation. The bottom line? “No-brainer.  Support the deal.”...

When al-Qaeda attacked the U.S. on 9/11, the country discovered to its complete shock that it was at war and ill-prepared to do much about...

With angry leftists starting to discuss the possibility of a primary challenge to Barack Obama, the general reaction from serious and clever political observers has...

Rep. Ileana Ros-Lehtinen (R-FL) has hit the ground running as the new chair of the House Foreign Affairs Committee. First items on the agenda: cutting...