Post Archive

June 16, 2011

Much of the commentary about Tim Pawlenty in the last three days has centered on whether or not the former Minnesota governor can recover from...

Now that even Sen. Harry Reid's fellow Democrats are getting fed up with the party's budget delays, the senator is trying to shift anger back...

White House press secretary Jay Carney was asked about the statement yesterday by DNC chairman Debbie Wasserman Schulz when, speaking for Democrats, she declared, “We...

Speaking about James Risen's single-source allegation that nefarious forces sought to blacklist University of Michigan professor Juan Cole, The Chronicle of Higher Education's blog wrote...

Jordan’s monarchs have always gotten a free pass from the Western press no matter what their country did or how despotic the Hashemite regime was....

Rep. Peter King appeared on MSNBC’s “Morning Joe” and offered a strong, intelligent defense of his Congressional hearings on the radicalization of Muslims, in this...

Mitt Romney should have known that his joke during a Tampa campaign stop today about being “unemployed” himself would draw fire. It’s not much of...

That's what the New York Times is reporting, based solely on the allegations of one former CIA officer. Glenn Carle, who was at the agency...

Two new polls today show Mitt Romney with a significant lead over the rest of the GOP presidential field. First there's Rasmussen, which found 33 percent...

There are a lot of people to credit for this clip.  (I’ll offer a hat tip to Allahpundit who in turn credits others.)  It’s from a...

Rep. Anthony Weiner will finally resign today after consulting with his wife, sources tell the New York Times. Many had speculated that he would wait...

Who knew Nick Kristof could be so funny? Normally the New York Times columnist is earnest in the extreme. But today he uncorks a hilarious...