Post Archive

August 29, 2011

Yesterday, many Israelis and Jews around the world marked the 25th birthday of Gilad Shalit, the Israeli soldier who was kidnapped by Hamas five years...

It’s hard to keep track of how many times neoconservatism has been pronounced dead by critics. At the Daily Beast, Peter Beinart pens the latest...

According to a new Gallup survey, the image of the federal government is at an all-time low. According to the poll, Americans view the computer industry...

A new CNN/ORC International Poll released today confirms the results of last week’s Gallup survey: Rick Perry has jumped way ahead of the rest of...

Jennifer Rubin, our former colleague, catches Colin Powell out in a disgraceful effort to rewrite the history of his own department's—and his own deputy's—outing of...

Bill Quick is the latest pundit to join the book-is-dead parade. Most of this ground has already been covered in a friendly debate between John...

President Obama is now within spitting distance of Carter Country. According to Gallup’s Daily Tracking Poll, Obama’s approval rating has fallen to 38 percent, and his...

Not only did Ron Paul place second in the Iowa straw poll, he’s also been pulling in some respectable national polling numbers during the last...

The most revealing comment on Rick Perry’s denunciation of Social Security as a Ponzi scheme came at the end of Maggie Haberman’s post on the...

Six and a half decades ago, Edmund Wilson demolished mystery stories with a single title: “Who Cares Who Killed Roger Ackroyd?” The mass of mysteries,...

Here is some Ivy League economic analysis, via the Wall Street Journal: “Some economists, among them Harvard University's Kenneth Rogoff, say today's painfully slow economic...

Today’s lead Politico article titled “Is Rick Perry Dumb?” is yet another indication of the heightened scrutiny the Texas governor will undergo in his new role...