Post Archive

May 2011

Rep. Anthony Weiner’s story about hackers breaking into his Twitter account is completely plausible. So why is he acting so guilty about it? It’s the...

In today’s Washington Post, Perry Bacon Jr. wonders whether Mitt Romney may “take health care off the table as an issue in the 2012 election...

Gov. Rick Perry appears to be inching even closer to a presidential run. Earlier today the Texas governor vetoed legislation that would require Amazon.com and...

As the New York Times report about the fears of Coptic Christians makes clear today, the increasing influence of Islamists in Egypt in the wake...

In a Republican presidential field that is low on personality Herman Cain is an entertaining diversion. The pizza magnate has a charismatic style and is...

With their victory in the special election in New York’s 26th district last week, Congressional Democrats are feeling their oats. While their optimism is understandable,...

Recently the efforts to draft Gov. Chris Christie into the 2012 race seem to have died down, even though there is still a lot of...

Just a week after the International Atomic Energy Agency issued a report showing that Iran is conducting work on atomic triggers and detonators as well...

In case there was any remaining doubt that President Obama’s statements on the 1967 lines were out of step with the American people, the Pew...

If Sarah Palin really is planning running for president, she’s breaking all the rules. The question is, does it matter? The answer is no and...

Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad must be laughing his head off. As Abe noted yesterday, the latest International Atomic Energy Agency report unveiled evidence that Iran...

In case you missed this story, Rep. Anthony Weiner is under scrutiny for possibly sending a lewd photo to a female college student over Twitter....