Post Archive

May 12, 2011

As I anticipated yesterday, Mitt Romney doubled down on RomneyCare in his speech this afternoon in Michigan. The former governor and his staff clearly came...

On my drive out to McLean earlier today, I was tuning in to The Mike Gallagher Show. I haven’t listened to Gallagher all that much,...

Mitt Romney’s objective in Ann Arbor today may have been to alleviate conservative concerns over his Massachusetts health care plan, but he ended up doing...

The verdict delivered today by a German court in the case of John Demjanjuk is being hailed in some quarters as proof that neither time...

Mahmoud Jibril, prime minister of Libya’s Transitional National Council,  has a good point when he calls on the United States to recognize his government as...

John’s column in the New York Post sums up Newt Gingrich’s shortcomings about as well as any piece I’ve seen. I agree that Gingrich has...

Detainees at Guantanamo Bay are already allowed video chats with relatives, but now the International Committee of the Red Cross is pushing for in-person family...

The world is full of anti-American prophets. Yet none is quite so influential, and maddeningly odd, as Noam Chomsky. On one hand, no other living...

Two more Democrats have broken with President Obama on his plan to institute an executive order that would force contracting companies seeking federal contracts to...

The nation’s attention will be increasingly riveted on the suburbs of Buffalo, New York, in the next two weeks as a close race for an...

Hugh Hewitt is one of the best interviewers in America. His conversation with Representative Paul Ryan is more evidence of that. In the course of...

Today in the New York Post, I explore nearly 30 years of Newt-watching and come to the conclusion that he will never be president: Gingrich said...