Post Archive

August 2, 2011

President Obama says it’s time to turn his attention to jobs, as if the recent debate was the one thing holding him back from tackling...

Now that Rick Perry appears to be on the verge of declaring his candidacy for the Republican nomination and has already settled into the second-place...

This startling detail appears in a story published today at MSNBC.com about radiation at Japan’s Fukushima nuclear plant: Two workers at the plant died in the...

So, the budget battle is over. Or is it? In the way typical of Washington, lawmakers have reached a deal that, while it includes some...

One bright side about the debt ceiling deal passing: maybe now we’ll actually find out exactly what it’s going to do. The wording of the deal...

Jonah Goldberg has a remarkable rant about press bias over at National Review Online you really have to read. He takes on the fact that...

This brand new Gallup poll isn't just an interesting read, it also backs up several of the points House Homeland Security Chair Peter King has been trying...

This week's New Yorker has a riveting account by freelance journalist Nicholas Schmidle of the raid that killed Osama bin Laden. Reading it, I was reminded of...

As President Obama's approval drops to 40 percent and independents are fleeing him in droves, as the economy continues to stagger and comparisons to the...

The Associated Press touched off a round of Knesset-ology yesterday when it reported, based on an Israeli TV report, Benjamin Netanyahu “has agreed to negotiate...

Here’s one more reason why many Democrats are privately loving the debt ceiling deal – it “deems” a budget for the next two years, allowing...

Last week, the Palestinian Authority sought an urgent Arab League meeting to discuss its financial crisis: PA employees received only half their salaries in July, because...