Post Archive

January 12, 2011

Since I’ve been critical of New York Times reporters and columnists for what they’ve written about the Tucson massacre, it’s only fair to praise one...

If you want any further evidence of conservative support for the war effort in Afghanistan, look no further than Grover Norquist's laughable effort to organize...

Watch these AT&T commercials from 1993. Eerie, quite wonderful accuracy about what would be 18 years later (and note that the voice of the commercials,...

It’s only January 12, but this wins the award for cleverest human-rights campaign of 2011. The following comes from a petition put together by the...

It’s often said that some people have such a hysterical obsession with the dreaded “neocons” that they probably search for them under their beds before...

Less than two years ago, the readers of the New York Times were being treated to Roger Cohen’s tribute to Iran’s supposedly kindly treatment of...

It’s been continuing to single out the most humanitarian state in the Middle East for unwarranted criticism, of course. NGO Monitor just released a new...

Secretary of Defense Bob Gates has been visiting China at a time when it is beginning to flex its military muscles in ways that should...

So Sarah Palin said this morning that she and others are the victims of "a blood libel." This has immediately ignited a controversy over Palin's...

A certain essay appeared in the Wall Street Journal last Saturday, titled "Why Chinese Mothers Are Superior," to which one excerpted reaction from the Journal...

I agree completely with Pete that Krauthammer's column is a great blow to Krugman. It's made all the more forceful by the fact that Krauthammer is...

Mark Halperin, co-author of a very good campaign book, Game Change, is usually a reasonable political reporter. But yesterday he made comments on MSNBC’s Morning...