Post Archive

February 9, 2011

There is a happy medium to be struck in public rhetoric about military activities, but the Obama administration has had an unfortunate pattern of missing...

The CPAC straw poll is supposed to be an indicator of whom the conservative movement supports for president. Of course, after Ron Paul’s dumbfounding win...

Politico did no more than state the obvious today in an article in which it noted that a trip to Israel has become almost as...

A few weeks ago, Senator Kent Conrad of North Dakota announced he will not seek re-election in 2012. A few days ago, Representative Jane Harman...

Despite the fact that the CPAC boycott has drawn a few big names (the Heritage Foundation and Jim DeMint), the campaign has turned out to...

Kimberley Strassel’s interview with former secretary of defense Donald Rumsfeld, author of Known and Unknown, includes these paragraphs: Mr. Rumsfeld thus takes an unorthodox view of...

With the recent spate of homegrown terror arrests, this story doesn’t come as a major shock, but it should certainly serve as a wake-up call...

A couple of weeks ago, I mentioned my list of inaccurate historical analogies that warn of further fallacies to come. The leading such analogy was...

The Egyptian government is already denying the claim that 300 people have been killed during the protests, an estimate that was obtained by Human Rights...

“Many Brothers are clean-shaven, wear suits and ties, and are physically indistinguishable from other Egyptians of the same class,” writes Jonathan Wright, a longtime Reuters...

During the 2008 presidential campaign, the media painted President Obama as a brilliant communicator, in sharp contrast to the outgoing President Bush, whose speaking style...

In a development that surprised Republican congressional leaders, three provisions of the Patriot Act didn't pass in a House vote last night. The reason was...