Archive: July 01, 2007 - July 07, 2007
The Los Angeles Times explains how Hillary Clinton's stance on Scooter Libby highlights her growing Bill problem, while Julie Flint argues in the New York Times that Hillary's plan for Darfur would hurt humanitarian efforts there.
By Rob Anderson | July 6, 2007; 9:15 AM ET | Comments (24)
Los Angeles Times columnist Rosa Brooks explains why we should blame ourselves for the failures of the Bush administration.
By Rob Anderson | July 6, 2007; 9:11 AM ET | Comments (13)
The Washington Post argues that even though comprehensive immigration reform has died in the Senate, Congress still needs to reform certain aspects of the U.S. immigration system as soon as possible.
By Rob Anderson | July 6, 2007; 9:07 AM ET | Comments (5)
The Los Angeles Times and the Washington Post worry that Syria's arms buildup means a new war is just around the corner in the Middle East, while the New York Times, Washington Post columnist David Broder and USA Today's Tony Mauro take on the Supreme Court's school segregation case.
By Rob Anderson | July 5, 2007; 9:26 AM ET | Comments (9)
After watching presidential candidate Mike Gravel's "Dadaist campaign ads," Crispin Sartwell argues in the Los Angeles Times that Gravel "is the avant garde of the new artpolitical era."
By Rob Anderson | July 5, 2007; 9:17 AM ET | Email a Comment
USA Today argues that the reaction from both sides of the aisle over President Bush's commutation of Scooter Liby's perjury sentence is "as hypocritical as it is unenlightening."
By Rob Anderson | July 5, 2007; 9:15 AM ET | Comments (2)
The Editorialist is off today enjoying BBQ and fireworks. We'll be back tomorrow. Happy Fourth....
By Rob Anderson | July 4, 2007; 1:32 AM ET | Comments (1)
The Washington Post and New York Times slam President Bush for commuting Scooter Libby's prison sentence, New York Times columnist David Brooks says the president did exactly the right thing and the Wall Street Journal says he should have pardoned Libby outright.
By Rob Anderson | July 3, 2007; 8:57 AM ET | Comments (116)
In the Los Angeles Times, Matthew Levitt explains how Hamas can afford to pay for its military operations, even as it faces an international "economic siege."
By Rob Anderson | July 3, 2007; 8:53 AM ET | Email a Comment
The Washington Post labels the Supreme Court's most recent term "unsurprising and disappointing," and suggests that the editors regret supporting the nominations of John Roberts and Samuel Alito to the Court.
By Rob Anderson | July 3, 2007; 8:51 AM ET | Comments (6)
The Los Angeles Times blasts the Supreme Court for its latest round of decisions, while Wall Street Journal columnist Abigail Thernstorm argues that the Court's recent Brown v. Board of Education ruling was too muddled to be effective.
By Rob Anderson | July 2, 2007; 9:12 AM ET | Comments (5)
Los Angeles Times columnist Max Boot argues that Republicans, for both moral and political reasons, should remain resolutely in support of the "surge" plan in Iraq.
By Rob Anderson | July 2, 2007; 9:09 AM ET | Comments (3)
The Wall Street Journal argues that by supporting stricter Corporate Average Fuel Economy standards for American-made cars, congressional Democrats "are siding with upscale environmental lobbies over American carmakers and workers."
By Rob Anderson | July 2, 2007; 9:06 AM ET | Comments (8)