Post Archive

April 16, 2013

My colleague Peter Wehner picked up the rhetorical gauntlet flung in the face of George W. Bush by Walter Russell Mead and did much to...

In December, I wrote about the habits that keep the Democratic Party’s bench noticeably shallow. In contrast to the GOP, which is currently hooked on...

The Palestinian Authority is up in arms over a cup of coffee consumed by Canada’s foreign affairs minister, John Baird. He was in the Middle...

It is ironic that the Boston Marathon bombing occurred the same day that a Washington think tank called the Constitution Project unveiled a report, signed...

It may be a little early to write it off completely, but today’s Politico feature on the gun legislation being considered by the Senate leaves...

President Obama's crippling passivity in dealing with the Syrian civil war seems to be explained, at least in part, by a widespread expectation in and out...

The public reaction to the Boston Marathon bombings appears, at least so far, to be exemplary. The shock over the crime and the sadness about...

The details of the long-awaited bipartisan immigration reform bill are out, and there is much to digest, though the bill contains few if any surprises....

Walter Russell Mead has written a post arguing that the Bush administration was a “first class political disaster” for the Republican Party. The Bush presidency was...

As a tragic Patriot’s Day finally comes to a close, we are still left with few answers to too many questions about the bomb attacks...