Post Archive

October 10, 2011

The Examiner reports on a “Tea Party” protest against New York Congressman (and Giuliani-ally) Michael Grimm, which was prompted by Grimm's endorsement of Mitt Romney...

The verdict of history is sometimes delayed but it cannot be forestalled forever. Though it is still a cardinal tenet of American liberalism that the...

The Associated Press published a story with this headline: "Obama's jobs bill sales pitch disconnects rhetoric, reality." The story begins this way: "In President Barack...

The bloody suppression of an anti-government protest by Coptic Christians yesterday that left two dozen dead is more proof the fall of the Mubarak regime was...

Like Jonathan, I think tomorrow night’s GOP debate presents Rick Perry with an opportunity to get back some of the ground he lost after the...

A lot of commentators believe the Occupy Wall Street Movement will be good for the Democratic Party, arguing it's essentially the mirror image of the Tea...

By 51 percent to 41 percent, Americans say Obama doesn’t deserve to be reelected in 2012, according to the IBD/TIPP poll out today. The numbers...

National Public Radio unveiled its new CEO last week, and as Politico noted, the choice reflected their belief what they need is not better policies but...

Politico.com reports a rather stunning finding from a report issued by by two former Census Bureau officials. According to Gordon Green and John Coder, income...

Last week, a self-described “new media activist” posted a Facebook event page for a Kol Nidre service at the "Occupy Wall Street" protests. The turnout...

Tomorrow’s debate in New Hampshire represents Rick Perry’s best chance to start a comeback from a month that saw him fall from a double-digit lead...

The Washington Post’s Jackson Diehl makes a crucial point about Iraq and the Arab Spring. If the American effort to demand“democracy at gunpoint” seemed impracticable...