In the wake of these attacks, it shouldn't be too much to ask that the DHS report be taken seriously rather than used to score political points.
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It might be the case that Netanyahu has far more friends in Washington than does the president.
Pure like ice. Pure like fire.
That's the way they wanted it. That's the way they'd have it, and they'd leave no tone unspurned. Only true believers...
On May 24, 2001, I wrote an op-ed for The Post in the wake of Vermont Sen. James Jeffords's party switch. I argued that the switch, which cost Republi...
Tierney's laissez-faire attitude seem pretty irresponsible. We need a revolution for energy on the scale that the internet was a revolution for information.
Two thousand six hundred dollars for a seat in Yankee Stadium? For that money, do i get a lap dance during the seventh inning stretch?
For years, George W. Bush has been roundly criticized, even lampooned, for declaring "Mission Accomplished" in Iraq. But maybe declaring "Mission Accomplished" was not that crazy after all.
While Republicans may think the "S" word is their magic weapon in stopping Obama's momentum, they fail to recognize that the 2008 election was a mandate for more government.
Largely under the radar, some of the major neoconservative figures who fashioned the rationale for the Iraq war have set up a shop for shaping future ...
We must not allow the Blue Dogs to slow down President Obama's momentum or water down the sweeping reforms the nation needs in these trying economic times.
In recent weeks, a growing number of conservatives have hopped on the Rush Limbaugh bandwagon, saying they agree with his repeated statements that he ...
The GOP is telling us that the solution to our current problems is some combination of tax cuts, a spending freeze, reduction of the deficit, and the condemnation the "earmark."
On Monday night, Weekly Standard editor Bill Kristol appeared on Neil Cavuto's Fox Business show to discuss conservative criticism of President Obama'...
Where's the tipping point between civil liberties and, to put it glibly, the government looking out for you?
Two failed wars, an economic meltdown, crumbling infrastructure, an increase in global warming, a drowned city, plummeting world opinion -- conservatism is not working.
It's the end of an era, folks. Specifically, the end of the era where the New York Times offers column space to error-prone neo-conservative Sarah Pa...
How could the man who wrote maybe the best book on the Middle East become a paycheck-cashing mouthpiece and shill for the world's corporate villains?
My earliest memory of an inspiring title was The Miracle Worker, which I loved because that "miracle" suggested an astonishing achievement against impossible odds.
The speculation as to whether Bill Kristol will continue his career as a New York Times columnist can end. Buried at the end of his column Monday is ...
Kristol is a triple threat as a columnist: he can't write, he can't think, and he is error prone.
Bill Kristol overlooks the fact that more than 4,000 American servicemen and women have died in a totally unnecessary and fraudulent war that has cost the country billions.
There is a Jewish prayer that captures the sense of relief, gratitude, and joy that so many of us feel as Barack Obama becomes the 44th president of the United States. It is called the Shehechiyanu.
Bush preserves his self-confidence by shutting out other points of view. Obama's openness is possible, on the other hand, because of his genuine self-confidence.
By dining at George Will's house with William Kristol, David Brooks, and Charles Krauthammer, he's single-handedly revived these guys' careers.
Barack Obama took the next big step in his Republican charm offensive on Tuesday night, when he dined with several of the nation's most prominent cons...
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