Post Archive

July 11, 2011

In his July 5 remarks on the “Status of Efforts to Find a Balanced Approach to Deficit Reduction,” President Obama expressed the hope that everybody...

At one point I thought it could be attributed to an unusual degree of cynicism, but now I wonder if it goes deeper than that....

Gov. Rick Perry has started reaching out to key Republican leaders in New Hampshire, as he tests the waters for a potential presidential run, the...

I don’t always agree with the Washington Post’s Fact Checker column, but it usually takes a clear position one way or the other on the authenticity...

Both Democrats and Republicans will need to “eat their peas” and agree to Obama’s grand budget compromise, the president said during a press conference earlier...

Every time it seems as if Sarah Palin has faded from sight, she manages to inject herself back into the national conversation if not the Republican...

After months of dithering and refusing to confront Syria’s dictatorial regime over its attempts to suppress dissent, it looks like last week’s visit by the...

The bleak jobs report for June was discouraging for everyone, but the one demographic hit hardest by the unemployment crisis is the same group that...

On Friday, ABC's Jake Tapper asked White House press secretary Jay Carney to respond to a statement made by David Plouffe, a senior adviser to...

Fresh off their triumph in tying the latest Gaza flotilla up in Greek legal knots, the Shurat HaDin-Israel Law Center won another victory--this time in...

The Iowa Republican poll out late last night shows that Rep. Michele Bachmann's sharp focus on Iowa is paying off. The congresswoman has surpassed Mitt...

Tim Pawlenty’s presidential campaign took a body blow last month when he visibly faltered when presented with an opportunity to confront rival Mitt Romney in...