Post Archive

June 1, 2012

There are strong arguments for and against American military intervention in Syria. And everyone is weighing in. An editorial in the Jewish Daily Forward asks:...

It’s difficult to overstate just how depressing May’s job report is – and how much damage it will inflict on President Obama’s chances for re-election. It’s...

The New York Times editorial board members aren’t the only ones hyperventilating over the Florida voting roll purge, as John Steele Gordon noted earlier. The...

During my last visit to Pakistan, I had the opportunity to sit down with Asad Durrani, the former chief of Pakistan’s Inter-Services Intelligence (ISI), the...

President Obama once said that he solicited parenting advice from his pal, Recep Tayyip Erdoğan, Turkey’s Islamist prime minister. Let’s hope, then, that President Obama’s...

It’s simple logic. When public employees have the choice of whether or not to pay union dues -- as opposed to having them automatically pulled...

On February 15, 1991, at a campaign stop in Ohio, President George H.W. Bush called for "the Iraqi people [to] take matters into their own...

Yesterday, James Taranto discussed the left’s cultural contempt for middle America. He quotes the American Spectator’s Jeffrey Lord, who argued that the Democratic Party’s elite...

The New York Times editorial page has another of its endless series of editorials on “voter intimidation” by those awful Republicans. It seems that conservatives...

To be fair, Cory Booker and Deval Patrick were really the ones who killed Obama’s Bain Capital strategy. But last night on CNN, Bill Clinton...

I confess I don't understand the fervor of proponents and opponents of the Law of the Sea Treaty, which is still awaiting Senate ratification and...

New York Times reporter David Sanger received wide access to high-ranking members of the Obama administration and the security apparatus to write his book about...