Post Archive

June 1, 2011

As Alana noted, New Jersey Governor Chris Christie is taking a pasting from Democrats and the press over his use of a state helicopter to...

Rep. Anthony Weiner finally sat down for interviews with the cable news networks today, and he seemed to be just as evasive and nervous as...

Gov. Chris Christie may have an explanation for why he took a state-owned helicopter to his son’s baseball game yesterday.  And the scandal may have...

By most accounts, President Obama’s meeting with the House GOP on the deficit today sounds as if it were a colossal waste of time. “We...

Mona Charen has written a fine and fair column warning about what is happening in Egypt. In the course of it she quotes President Bush’s words...

Last weekend, the New York Times editorial board unloaded on Senate Democrats for being too politically cowardly to release a budget plan. And now other...

Like many of those who have followed the astonishing story revolving around Congressman Anthony Weiner, I initially presumed that he was the innocent victim of...

In the Wall Street Journal, Fouad Ajami writes that by proceeding to the UN for a resolution, the Palestinians are misreading what transpired at the...

In apparent retaliation for U.S. designation of Iranian individuals for their activity in terrorism and proliferation, the Iranian government has announced that it is imposing...

On Bill O’Reilly’s show last night, Charles Krauthammer observed that it would be senseless for Sarah Palin to run for president at the moment—precisely because...

The term Arab Spring is one that speaks to the general sympathy with which the world greeted anti-authoritarian protests in the Arab world. But as...

When Voice of America appointed career foreign service officer Ramin Asgard to be the director of its Persian service, some officials raised concerns about the...