Post Archive

August 25, 2011

It looks as if America's disenchantment with Barack Obama has even made its way to Martha's Vineyard. According to a story in the Boston Globe, "When...

The Associated Press has a long, ominous-sounding article about the New York Police Department's Intelligence Division and its efforts to prevent a recurrence of 9/11....

From today’s sweeping Pew Research Center opinion poll come two definitive reasons why Sarah Palin probably won’t be announcing a presidential run: 1.) A full 41...

Word of Rick Perry’s criticism of Mitt Romney on the Laura Ingraham radio show has been making the rounds, but I think it’s less than...

At least that’s the verdict of the political press. On Tuesday, at the National Review Online, Tevi Troy described Obama’s summer reading as “the oddest...

New York Times executive editor Bill Keller, who never expressed much curiosity about the religion of Democratic presidential candidates, is suddenly burning to find out more...

Dueling headline alert. From the New York Times: NATO Helps in Hunt for Qaddafi as Rebels Gain Momentum And from the Associated Press: Pentagon: US, NATO not in manhunt...

After writing some thoughts on Isaiah Berlin, I came across Norman Podhoretz's splendid essay on Berlin. Podhoretz's article is worth reading for all sorts of...

Nate Silver has a characteristically interesting look at the numbers behind the new Gallup poll giving Perry an early 12-point lead over Romney. Silver makes...

Deep within his bunker, Libyan strongman Muammar Qaddafi seemed to have an unhealthy fascination with Bush-era National Security Advisor and Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice....

The rift between President Obama and Big Labor has been growing for some time, and it may come to a head during the president’s upcoming...

President Obama hit a new low in today’s Rasmussen poll. His total disapproval is at 57 percent, against 42 percent approval – a 15 point...