Post Archive

May 2012

I returned to the White House today for the presentation of the portraits of President George W. Bush and First Lady Laura Bush. The event...

Freedom25, a group that seeks to commemorate the 25th anniversary of the 1987 March on Washington for Soviet Jewry, reminds us that today is the...

House Republicans on the Energy and Commerce Committee released a trove of emails they’ve collected as part of their investigation into the White House’s deal...

To their credit, the jury in the John Edwards trial wasn’t bamboozled by the federal effort to treat the former presidential candidate’s personal misconduct as...

Obama chief strategist David Axelrod shouldn’t have been surprised to see that a lot of Republicans turned up at the kickoff at the Statehouse in...

Those wondering why Iran finally broke down and signed a deal allowing inspectors from the International Atomic Energy Agency back into the country got their...

Deputy Secretary of Defense Ash Carter is absolutely right when he says of the looming defense “sequester”--$500 billion in defense cuts to be implemented during the next...

Today’s theme for the Obama campaign was to focus on Mitt Romney’s term as governor of Massachusetts. The plan, outlined in a memo by campaign...

Elizabeth Warren finally acknowledged to the Boston Globe that she told Harvard University and the University of Pennsylvania she was Native American when she served on...

If the stock market is truly a leading indicator (and it tends to be one of the more reliable ones), then the Obama campaign had...

The popularity of the notion that Israel and the Palestinian Authority should consider taking unilateral action seems to be growing. I wrote in January about...

The House of Representatives is poised to vote on a bill today that would ban gender-selection abortions. The legislation comes at a critical time, just...