Post Archive

May 2, 2011

Via Bad Rachel, I present to you perhaps the finest piece of television of the 21st century and a peculiarly fascinating example of the freedom...

The Washington Post’s E. J. Dionne has weighed in with another of his measured, analytically rigorous, I’m-allergic-to-double-standard columns, this time on the debt ceiling. According...

I’ve made clear my praise for President Obama’s actions earlier today. I would add only that it’s fair to ask (a) which Bush-era policies, if any,...

So we finally got him. After a nearly decade-long manhunt, and while we’re still fighting the longest war in our history, Osama bin Laden is...

The willingness of so many people to obsess over fantasies about our leaders and political system has become the hallmark of discourse in the age...

There is this: Current and former U.S. officials say that Khalid Sheikh Mohammed, the mastermind of the Sept. 11, 2001 terrorist attacks, provided the nom de...

In her remarks this morning on the killing of Osama bin Laden, Secretary of State Clinton asserted that: History will record that bin Ladin’s death came...

Over at National Review Online’s Corner blog, Mark Steyn concedes that he was a “little stunned by the first part of the President’s speech” last...

Donald Trump’s prominence in the GOP presidential race has owed more to his domination of the media coverage over the past few weeks than to...

On the very day that American forces were invading a compound in Pakistan’s Abbottabad Valley to kill Osama Bin Laden, the New York Times was...

Bin Laden's end emphasizes the importance of human intelligence in the fight against terrorism. Not only did a Gitmo interrogation reportedly start analysts down the...

Try to watch this without tears in your eyes. The commandant of midshipmen at the U.S. Naval Academy, Capt. Robert E. Clark, last night (h/t:...