Post Archive

October 22, 2013

A week after the administration first starting spinning the notion, the idea that the P5+1 talks with Iran made genuine progress toward a nuclear agreement...

One of the top items at the Economist’s website today was its most recent “Lexington” column from the print edition, which offered a modest proposal:...

Anyone pondering the nature of the mismatch in the Virginia governor’s race need only have noted who is coming to the aid of the two...

About President Obama’s remarks on Monday in the Rose Garden on the matter of the problems plaguing the Affordable Care Act and, specifically, healthcare.gov, it...

Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius has finally offered to testify before Congress next week. If she does, the grilling by the House Energy...

President Obama’s political instincts are generally compared unfavorably to those of the previous Democratic president, the glad-handing triangulator Bill Clinton. But there is one mistake...

The national media appears to be shocked at the hero’s welcome Senator Ted Cruz got when he returned home to Texas this past weekend. They...

I am all for careful targeting in counterinsurgency and counter-terrorism operations. Not only is it the humane thing to do, but being accurate and precise...

Things That Matter is a collection of Charles Krauthammer’s extraordinary writings over the last 30 years. For those of us who have admired Krauthammer from...

Thanks to the government shutdown, the jobs report, due out October 4, only came out today. Next month’s will be late as well, coming out...

President Obama has been trying to reorient American policy in the Middle East. He is pulling back and either striking or looking to strike deals...

There is no doubt that slavery was a great evil. But that does not mean that 14 Caribbean nations should succeed in their attempt to...