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Offense Is Better Than Defense

House Republican leaders have decided to go on offense on an issue that has resonance with the...

Getting Beyond Race

Now that Barack Obama is the Democratic nominee for president, attention turns to the general...

Eyes Too Big for the Stomach

As the Democrats look to pack on additional spending on a war supplemental, it appears that the...

Elitism and the Democratic Party

Elites don’t bowl. And they don’t drink shots of whiskey. That could be the headline coming out of...

Colombia Free Trade

Dear Colombian Government, I am sad to hear that you fired Mark Penn and his firm because Penn got...

Countdown for Mrs. Clinton?

The celebrated baseball statistician Bill James crossed over recently to put together a formula...

No Time to Pull Plug

Welcome to Press’s First Rule of Politics: The longer you’re inside the Beltway, the more...

The Politics of Oil Prices

Last October, Rep. John Dingell (D-Mich.) of the House Energy and Commerce Committee unveiled a...

A Historic Day

The nominee is chosen, the first African- American in history to be a major-party nominee for...

The Four-Corner Offense

One of Dean Smith’s innovations when he was the coach at North Carolina was the four-corner offense...

What the Petraeus Testimony Means

Much akin to the American way of life, American military ideals signal two general themes —...

Democratic David Copperfields

Poof! It disappeared without a trace. Then a wave of a wand. It reappeared in their opponents' hand...

Courting the superdelegates

Don't miss Hillary Clinton's interview this week with Mark Halperin of Time magazine where she...

Republicans Endorse Greed

To my brother John Feehery: As you accuse the American people of greed, you embrace the mindset...

Super Dilemma

Timing is everything in politics, as I have said too many times in this space, but the confluence...

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