Post Archive

February 8, 2011

Over the last few days, the conservative media and blogosphere in the U.S. and Britain have been roiled by WikiLeaks documents suggesting that, in order...

President Obama is going to call for spending $53 billion over the next six years on high-speed railroads between major cities, with $8 billion in...

Last year’s controversy at the University of California, Irvine -- where members of the Muslim Student Union attempted to shut down a speech by Ambassador...

Back in 2008, the prevailing wisdom was that the Republican Party was shrinking and moving sharply to the right and would eventually become a “regional”...

Regarding that story about the Swiss arrest threat against President Bush, David Frum points out that one person has been conspicuously silent on the matter....

A montage of everything that outgoing White House press secretary Robert Gibbs is not. Enjoy. ...

AOL’s $315 million Huffington Post buy is a daring venture, and not just because its success depends on the news website’s ability to turn a...

In the discussion about the role democracy and human rights should play in American foreign policy, Jeane Kirkpatrick is sometimes invoked on the side of...

When reporters have to ask State Department spokesman P.J. Crowley the same question multiple times, it is generally a sign the administration (1) does not...

Last October, New Jersey Governor Chris Christie was roasted by the deep thinkers at the New York Times for having the chutzpah to refuse to...

Glenn Beck went off on a rather extraordinary monologue last week about a caliphate taking over much of the world. Bill Kristol of the Weekly...

At Pajamas Media, Richard Fernandez points out an interesting post by Egyptian pro-democracy blogger Sandmonkey, which calls for Egyptian protesters to use the Internet...