Post Archive

June 2, 2011

Back during the last round of Democratic presidential primaries in 2008, the Obama campaign disseminated the completely disingenuous claim that that it didn’t take money...

In a story announcing that Jill Abramson will replace Bill Keller as the executive editor of the New York Times, we’re told this: Ms. Abramson, 57,...

On MSNBC this morning, Democratic National Committee chair Debbie Wasserman Schultz, in defending President Obama’s economic stewardship, laid out a very weak defense. It included...

Mitt Romney officially entered the 2012 presidential race today with a strong but predictable speech in New Hampshire that focused almost entirely on economic issues....

It’s always great when a political issue manages to transcend the Washington gridlock, and bring together Republicans and Democrats in support of a worthy and...

In late May, I wrote about an informal survey of recent college graduates that showed a major drop in support for President Obama since 2008,...

Joseph Califano, who was a special assistant to President Lyndon Johnson, has a plan in today’s New York Times for how Obama can get the...

“It seems that almost every bit of data about the health of the U.S. economy has disappointed expectations recently,” Mike Riddell, a fund manager at...

After much speculation, the Obama administration has finally announced that it will join Canada in boycotting the Durban III “World Conference against Racism” at the...

Former Utah Governor Jon Huntsman has no discernable base among Republican voters and no rationale for his presidential candidacy. Having spent the first two years...

When Congressman Anthony Weiner said yesterday that he “couldn’t say with certitude” that the lewd photo that was allegedly sent to a young woman from...