Post Archive

April 25, 2011

Anti-corporate demagoguery. Is there anything it can't solve? President Obama says he is ready to go after gasoline price gougers announcing today a new task force...

King & Spalding, the law firm hired by the U.S. House of Representatives to defend the Defense of Marriage Act, announced today that it has...

The AP and other news organizations are reporting that Syria's Assad government has taken out the mailed fist and has slammed into Daraa with tanks, snipers,...

The background on Obama's 2009 and 2010 diplomatic offensives against Israel are now well-known enough that the narrative is inching toward conventional wisdom. The president...

In the current issue of First Things, James Nuechterlein has written a short essay, "Ideology and Transcendence," which addresses -- with typical intelligence, balance, and...

Can Muammar Qaddafi be toppled without the U.S. committing to more than a couple of drones and some care packages? No one is quite sure....

John makes some astute comments regarding Ryan Lizza’s New Yorker article on President Obama’s foreign policy doctrine. It’s just too easy to poke fun at the...

Iran claims that it’s discovered a new Stuxnet-like cyber attack against its systems, which it’s dubbed the “Stars” virus. Based on the reports from Iran,...

When a presidential adviser is quoted in the New Yorker as using an allusion to a comic figure of fun in a Gilbert and Sullivan...

Franklin Graham gave an interview to ABC’s Christiane Amanpour. In it he praised Donald Trump, about whom the Reverend Graham said, “When I first saw...

One piece of information that stands out from the latest trove of leaked documents on Guantanamo Bay out is the high number of “high risk”...

It is horrifying to read that 476 prisoners managed to tunnel out of Sariposa prison in Kandahar. These include a large number of Taliban commanders and...