Post Archive

September 15, 2011

At his speech last night to the Congressional Hispanic Caucus, President Obama repeated a line he’s used quite often lately. “But if we’re being honest, we...

Earlier this week, David Brooks wrote a fascinating column on young people's moral lives, basing it on hundreds of in-depth interviews with young adults across America...

In the aftermath of Tuesday’s special elections, Democrats are doing what many of us predicted: Panicking. And the leader of the pack is Democratic strategist...

The president of the world's sole hyperpower, the United States, called up a state to which it gives military aid by the billions, Egypt, and...

The left-wing Think Progress blog has an item today purporting to debunk the outrage expressed here and elsewhere in the civilized world about the comments of...

Former British Prime Minister Tony Blair might have come up with the perfect compromise to the standoff over the Palestinians’ attempt to get the United...

The Solyndra train wreck is hard to look away from, but there’s another White House scandal brewing that has the potential to be even more...

In 1822, the Ottomans dispatched 40,000 Turkish troops to the Greek island of Chios with orders to kill all infants under three-years-old, all males over...

Rasmussen has a new poll out showing only 26 percent of American likely voters believe the United Nations General Assembly should pass a resolution affirming...

In Shakespeare’s comedy, a shrew is known by her “impatient humour,” a “chattering tongue,” “scolding” and “waspish,” bandying “word for word and frown for frown.”...

The Wall Street Journal has a great story today about the severe difficulties the military services face because of aging equipment. The lead anecdote says it...

Obama’s $38.6 billion green energy loan guarantee program created 3,500 jobs in two years, the Washington Post reported today. In other words, the White House...