Post Archive

December 22, 2011

I’m glad to respond to Jonathan’s thoughtful and gracious post, which critiqued two pieces (here and here) I wrote on climate change. This is a...

Many Republicans have spent the last several months grousing that they don’t like the choices available to them in their party’s presidential contest. But if...

Politico reports that this claim is coming from one of the defense witnesses who spoke with Bradley Manning in a pretrial holding area at the...

Lee Smith has an interesting piece in Tablet today in which he takes another swipe at Newt Gingrich’s contention that the Palestinians were an “invented...

In line with previous reports of a change in strategy on the part of Hamas, the news that the Islamist terror group has agreed to...

Now that Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell is publicly calling on House Speaker Boehner to just take the two-month payroll tax extension deal, House Republicans...

Occupy L.A. is long gone, but the cleanup bill is coming due for taxpayers. And not just taxpayers in Los Angeles. The stimulus measures that...

Watching House Republicans steer their party straight into a ditch over their failure to pass a version of the payroll tax cut has been like...

On Fox News last night, Karl Rove outlined how the House GOP can backtrack on their payroll tax cut position, while still holding on to...

If there is one thing we have learned about Iraq during the last decade, it is that violence is a direct reflection of the political process...

Ron Paul’s racist newsletters have officially become a full-blown political controversy. Yesterday, he walked out of an interview with CNN’s Gloria Borger after she pressed...

If a picture is worth a thousand words, this video—depicting the brazenness of Iraqi oil smuggling—should be worth far more.  This is not simply the...