Post Archive

October 2012

David Ignatius, the liberal Washington Post columnist, has a good column on the Benghazi episode in which he recounts what we know--and, more to the point,...

At this point in the election, both the national tracking polls and, generally speaking, the battleground state polls show an extremely close race. This has...

The Obama campaign’s top leadership was out in force today, pumping up the faithful as they reassured them that President Obama was certain to be...

The latest CBS News/Quinnipiac/NYT poll shows Obama leading by five points in Ohio and “effectively tied” with Romney in Virginia and Florida: President Obama has maintained...

The left has been trying to whip up controversy over a comment Mitt Romney made at a GOP primary debate last year, when he answered...

I'm writing on my iPhone in a neighbor's house, the only communications medium that works 50 miles north of New York City. No power, no...

The race in Pennsylvania continues to tighten, with ABC News switching the state from solid Obama to lean-Obama in its electoral map. Both campaigns are...

To the cheers of assembled delegates, the Third International Solidarity Conference of South Africa's ruling African National Congress, which met in Pretoria earlier this week,...

David Rieff has a long essay in the National Interest excoriating democracy promotion, which he deems a relic, a religion, and at this point in...

Obama supporters are back to making Bain Capital an issue, Politico reports: But with a little over a week left in the race, several of the...

President Obama is so invested in his campaign’s early voting strategy that he became the first sitting president to cast a ballot before election day....

In the last couple of days, we’ve discussed here the possible impact of Hurricane Sandy not just on the election but on the way natural...