Post Archive

July 20, 2011

The first video was uploaded July 4 and is inching toward 40,000 views. There aren't many details as to time and place, but the best...

Yesterday, I wrote a post calling attention to the fact that in Virginia, the president’s approval rating among Independents is 41 percent while 54 percent...

On top of the terrible, horrible, no good, very bad poll for President Obama today, there is some good press for one Republican who seems...

Senator Tom Harkin gave a press conference in which he decided to elevate the public debate by referring to those with whom he disagrees as a...

Public Policy Polling teased their new poll today on Twitter by suggesting they had “very bad numbers for Obama.” They followed that tweet with this:...

Americans for Peace Now (APN) announced yesterday it is joining a boycott of the Israeli settlements -- but not because it approves of delegitimization tactics. No, the...

It is an old cliché that for journalists history is what happened the day before yesterday. Ancient history is what happened last week. No better example...

In World War II we fought the Nazis, and during the Cold War we fought the Communists. Today, however, we fight wars but are too...

Secretary of State Hillary Clinton visited Turkey last week and made time to gently chide the Turkish government for its crackdown against the free press. As...

Trying to combat obesity by opening more Walmarts might seem like a counterproductive strategy (Exhibit A), but it’s one of the initiatives being spearheaded by...

Gen. David Petraeus, wearing his new hat as director of Central Intelligence, made an unannounced visit to Ankara on Monday, according to Turkey’s flagship daily...

Liberals have been overdosing on schadenfreude as they watch Rupert Murdoch and other News Corporation executives squirm under questioning about the News of the World...