Post Archive

May 11, 2012

Just to add a few observations to Pete’s right-on post regarding the Washington Post’s hit-job on Romney, it should be noted, as reported by Brietbart,...

Contentions has already explored the contradictions at the heart of Elizabeth Warren’s use of her slim ties to a Native American ancestor to portray herself...

The Washington Free Beacon's Adam Kredo went public yesterday about an increasingly pitched family feud in the Jewish world. In 1,100 words, Kredo cataloged the decline...

Remember the phrase “No Drama Obama”? Perhaps it should be retired after this week. After all, we learned that Obama’s vice president, Joe Biden, apologized to...

After making every possible effort to undercut the coal industry, President Obama seemed oddly surprised that he ran such a close primary against a federal...

Many conservatives are confidently dismissing the impact of the Washington Post’s assault on Mitt Romney’s character in the form of its story on his high...

As I’ve been writing this, the link to today's Rasmussen poll showing Mitt Romney with a growing lead on Obama has gone dead and then come back up...

In early 2011, along with a handful of other American journalists, I interviewed Israeli Deputy Foreign Minister Danny Ayalon in Jerusalem. Ayalon pressed the need...

Now that the childhood hijinks of our national candidates are fair game, the Washington Post might want to devote some investigative resources toward the background...

I wanted to add to what Alana and Jonathan wrote about the nearly endless front page story in today’s Washington Post. The title of the story is...

Richard Lugar’s defeat in the Indiana Republican Senate primary has engendered new interest in a popular theme in the mainstream liberal press about how the current crop...

Max Boot last month argued that the State Department and USAID should largely be spared budget cuts. That may be true of the State Department,...