Post Archive

October 19, 2011

Ronald Reagan made enormous contributions to his country during his presidency - and appointing Antonin Scalia to the Supreme Court ranks very high among them. I...

Rick Perry thought he could revive his candidacy by getting under Mitt Romney’s skin at last night’s debate. But though the jury is still out on...

Earlier this week, Obama suggested that opposition to his jobs plan is coming from people who “just couldn’t understand the whole thing at once.” Fortunately...

During one of the GOP presidential debates, two or three people in an audience of more than 5,000 booed a question posed by a gay soldier,...

The debate about Israel’s decision to pay an exorbitant ransom to secure the release of kidnapped solider Gilad Shalit continues to rage, with many still lamenting...

Leon Wieseltier absolutely eviscerates Patricia Storace’s dreadful essay in the New York Review of Books on David Grossman’s most recent novel. Storace gets the translations...

With no way to see the actual survey questions or partisan breakdown from this stunning United Technologies/National Journal poll, put me down as skeptical on...

It was somewhat disappointing that except for Mitt Romney, none of the Republican candidates who were asked to comment at last night’s GOP presidential debate...

The Republican National Committee is calling on top Democratic leaders to denounce the displays of anti-Semitism at the Occupy Wall Street protests: Where’s the outrage? While protestors...

1. This was the most lively, entertaining and personally contentious debate we've seen. Just about everyone was bloodied a bit. Former Massachusetts Governor Mitt Romney...

One aspect of the Republican presidential debates you can always count on is watching the moderator attempt to form a question out of a lingering...

Rick Perry’s attack on Mitt Romney for allegedly hiring illegal aliens was pretty weak – nothing new, just stale oppo research published by the Boston...