Post Archive

December 21, 2010

Andrew Exum (aka Abu Muqawama) at the Center for a New American Security isn’t exactly going out on a limb when he says Vice President...

I wanted to issue a concurring opinion to what Max wrote. I suspect the opposition to repealing Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell will, over time, appear...

Barack Obama won the 2008 presidential election so handily that losing a few electoral votes from his 365 to 173 margin of victory wouldn’t have...

The Islamist extremists running Iran have consistently spurned any attempt to entice them to abandon their nuclear ambitions via Western bribes. Though Barack Obama arrived...

Yesterday in my post on the moral case for conservative economics, I mentioned that a very wise political strategist I know wrote me and said...

The passage of Barack Obama’s health-care legislation in the spring of 2010 proved profoundly injurious to the president and his party in the ...

Iraq continues to make progress — slow, halting, often frustrating, incomplete progress, but progress nonetheless. Nearly a year after elections were held, parliament has finally...

Even though proponents of passage of the New START treaty with Russia seem to be gaining support in the lame-duck Senate, they’re still pretty cranky...

It appears that yesterday, Republican opposition to the New START treaty in the Senate melted down; the treaty is on its way to passage tomorrow...

In a year’s time, I predict, the lifting of the Don't Ask, Don't Tell policy to allow gays to serve openly in the military will...

Julian Assange thinks he’s doing the world an incalculable humanitarian favor by exposing all manner of leaked documentation to the public. But transparency has its...

New START picked up support from Republican Sens. Scott Brown, Bob Corker, Judd Gregg, and George Voinovich on Monday, making it look like the treaty...