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April 28, 2008

Today in Slate, Christopher Hitchens phoned in a piece on John McCain's temper--a subject that could benefit from frank analysis. Hitchens merely uses the occasion...

We heard plenty today from the pundits--some of whom think Reverend Wright's display may be the beginning of the end for the post-racial, post-partisan Barack...

The consensus is that Barack Obama's candidacy has been wounded over the past six weeks. His partisans are enraged that he is taking heat for things...

Hamas has lost -- often badly -- in every military theater it has fought in. Its suicide bombings have been thwarted by fences and walls,...

Jimmy Carter, writing in this morning's New York Times, praises his own "Pariah Diplomacy." He cites, as an example of success, his mediation in...

Reverend Wright wants "context"? Plenty of context here and here and here. The Left blogosphere seems strangely mute (not a word from Andrew Sullivan? nothing...

At his presser Sunday, John McCain was asked about a fundraiser in Palm Beach County, Florida and whether he expected to do better with Jewish...

When anything of international importance happens in or around Syria, there predictably follows a salivating at the prospect of "flipping" the Assad regime -- of...

In what may be the most appalling rhetorical gambit of her political career, and perhaps the worst of any candidate this entire campaign season, Hillary...

During his interview with Chris Wallace yesterday, Barack Obama came across as he did in the early part of this campaign: thoughtful, reasonable, and likeable....

Barack Obama is battling accusations of being aloof and condescending, a bit too cool and a tad arrogant. And this article from the New York...

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