Post Archive

February 16, 2012

Earlier this week, in describing the ambitions of the Progressive Project, as embodied in Barack Obama, I wrote, "Obama wants government to weaken, and eventually...

Here's the opening paragraph of a new report, "Understanding and Responding to Persistently High Unemployment," published by the Congressional Budget Office: The rate of unemployment in...

National Review’s Jim Geraghty wonders whether there might be a business-related reason behind casino magnate Sheldon Adelson’s reported opposition to Rick Santorum. Take a look...

If President Obama means what he says about stopping Iran from going nuclear, he has bi-partisan support for that stand. That’s the upshot of a...

Often, the bias of the media is evidenced not in the in-your-face liberalism of MSNBC, but in somewhat more subtle ways. Take as an example...

Mitt Romney was the first to announce earlier this afternoon he’ll skip the March 1 CNN Georgia debate: Romney spokeswoman Andrea Saul emails over to confirm,...

It’s been more than 11 years since Muhammad al-Dura died during one of the initial skirmishes of the second intifada, but the iconic image of...

During the weekend, in a speech in San Diego, Representative Maxine Waters said the following about Speaker John Boehner and House Majority Leader Eric Cantor: I saw...

Considering the attacks Sheldon Adelson funded against Mitt Romney – a candidate he reportedly likes – just imagine how he treats candidates he disagrees with: In...

This morning, the House Committee on Oversight and Government Reform (Congressman Darrell Issa’s committee) hosted a panel of religious leaders, representing the Catholic Church, the...

One of the most persuasive cases against nominating Mitt Romney is that he would make it difficult for Republicans to attack Obama over health care...

One of the more interesting questions to come out of the visibly pronounced chasm between the Republican Party’s moderate/establishment and more conservative/Tea Party wings is...