Post Archive

May 4, 2011

According to Sam Stein in The Huffington Post: Officials inside the Obama administration have grown discouraged by the abruptness with which the news over the killing...

Barack Obama’s decision not to release the bin Laden photos put me in mind of another photo scandal. Cast your thoughts back to April, 2009,...

Mitch Daniels appeared at the American Enterprise Institute today (you can watch his speech here on YouTube) to speak about the education reforms he pushed...

Every so often—usually after a terrorist attack, or when the country is preparing to have an honest discussion about Islamic terrorism—certain American Muslim organizations will...

So the president has decided not to release the photos of a dead Osama bin Laden, even though we were told the photos had been...

So far, many left-wing groups have either welcomed the Osama bin Laden killing or stayed mum about it, but the director of Human Rights Watch,...

The American people were largely united in their rejoicing over the killing of arch-terrorist Osama bin Laden by the U.S. military. But the aftermath of...

While the reaction from many Democrats in Congress to the Hamas-Fatah peace pact was every bit as angry as that of most Republicans, it appears...

Apropos my post from yesterday on Enhanced Interrogation Techniques, consider this exchange between Brian Williams of NBC and CIA director Leon Panetta: WILLIAMS: I’d like to...

Here’s the most recent poll from the New York Times and CBS News. The president’s overall approval rating is 57 percent as against 37 percent...

With the world still buzzing about the killing of Osama bin Laden, yesterday the Washington Post turned its op-ed page over to two writers who...

That’s what it sounds like, at least according to the officials that Politico’s Jonathan Allen spoke to. Osama bin Laden reportedly had cash and phone...