David Remnick of the New Yorker takes on Obama's critics: he calls them racist.
What did David Remnick leave out of his Obama bio?
Frum is continuing to make the strongest case possible for a Republican alternative that can reach the wide public at large.
More liberal media voices pull the "dual loyalty" card.
While the U.S. can play nice with Iran, the New York Times asserts the administration has to get even tougher with Israel. Has the Times forgotten who in the region are our friends?
Welcome to the bold new future of health care in America. (Also read Claudia Rosett:Plan B)
After all, this is a man who listened to the anti-Semitic diatribes of Reverend Wright for years without saying one word.
A far left, punitively revisionist look at America as a consistently evil nation. (And don't miss Roger L. Simon and Lionel Chetwynd debating the merits of Stone's series on PJTV's Poliwood.)
Given his cushy new gig at Princeton, no wonder Van Jones keeps thanking Glenn Beck.
Rich sees all of America's ills within the burgeoning tea party movement. Ronald Radosh rebuts. And don't miss Ed Driscoll's latest post for the moments of the American left in the 1960s and '70s that Rich conveniently forgets.
This is one silly and counterproductive attack on the Obama administration by conservatives that should cease.
Andrew Sullivan asks PJM to remove my blog post and for an apology. He won’t get one. Here’s why! (Update: Sullivan responds.)
Beck claims that he will admit to errors when he gets something wrong. I’d like to take him up on it.
Egyptian newspaper editors provide their readers with a previously forbidden history of Egypt’s pro-Nazi past.
Does the attorney general have the constitutional authority to transfer prisoners from military to civilian jurisdiction, or to order the military to hand over the prisoners to civilian authorities?
Historian Ronald Radosh watches Glenn Beck's The Revolutionary Holocaust: Live Free...Or Die and explores how much Beck got right.
(And you can decide for yourself, as Ed Driscoll has the whole show online.)
A sampling of advice for the president from the liberal commentariat.
A new book describes how the publication tried to impact American culture and journalism.
Want to know why Scott Brown may pull out a win over Martha Coakeley on Tuesday? Look no further than the new deals being made in an effort to pass health care legislation.
I thought Howard Zinn was bad enough.
A recent move by the Mayo Clinic, which has been praised by the president as a national model for efficient health care, is yet another warning of what may be ahead.
When will the president face the reality of the war we have to wage?
PJM's Ron Radosh vs. Andrew Sullivan on whether the president's old ideas are relevant to understanding his actions today.