Post Archive

May 25, 2011

With so many big names having dropped out of the Republican presidential contest, speculation about those who are still thought to be considering running is...

Now that Senate Democrats have forced a pointless vote on Rep. Paul Ryan’s budget plan this afternoon, it’s worth taking a look back at the...

In 2008, the Obama campaign revolutionized political fundraising with a massive Internet operation that enabled him to overcome Hillary Clinton’s advantage with large givers via...

Although John is probably right that the “boomlet” for Paul Ryan fizzled yesterday when the Democrat Kathy Hochul won a special election to represent western...

Last week I wrote about the sad fact that the Endeavor shuttle flight marked the last manned NASA mission for the foreseeable future. Today, three...

I agree with Pete that Paul Ryan's Medicare reform proposal cannot be run away from, that it needs to be vigorously defended, and that the...

Peter is right that Republicans will need to ratchet up their efforts to defend the Ryan plan after the NY-26 defeat. But they also need...

One of the most important Democratic donors in the past two decades, whose generous contributions helped pay for the DNC headquarters in Washington, D.C., has...

In the wake of President Obama’s Middle East policy speech, those worried about political blowback to the Democratic Party are once again warning against “politicizing”...

Earlier today, in the context of the election in NY-26 and Medicare, I argued that lawmakers who voted for the House GOP budget need to...

Fred Kagan, the most influential and best-informed military analyst in Washington, has another must-read report on why it is so important for the U.S. to...

This story from Foreign Policy gives you an idea of how clueless the Obama administration is on the Middle East. During a conference call with...