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September 4, 2008

John, I agree. Also by eschewing the heaping spoonfuls of political venom which Obama served up McCain aimed at swing, Independent voters. As for conservatives,...

Over in my old haunts at the Corner, there is general disappointment with the speech and McCain's failure or refusal to offer specific policy prescriptions...

One gets a different sense in the middle of an event -- in this case an aisle away from two Code Pink rude-niks being hauled...

McCain's "I'll fight for you" line posed certain dangers to him. When Democrats use the "I'll fight for you" line, it's often there to suggest...

CBS News Poll as of Friday: Obama 42%, McCain 42%...

Gloria Borger just said that McCain has rebranded the Republican Party.  I think she's right.  And it's a good thing.  For too long, the GOP...

With all the talk of fighting, is McCain heading into the home stretch with a Bob Shrum-for-conservatives message?...

It also struck the most elevated tone of the entire campaign. Selflessness, inclusiveness, serving a higher cause, fighting together....

This was an extremely patriotic speech about national restoration -- and a remarkable reminder of the kind of person McCain is. But as a...

...was foreign policy. His words on Russia were downright conciliatory compared to his campaign rhetoric, and everything else -- Iraq, terrorism, Iran -- was mentioned...

This was the most nonpartisan convention speech delivered in my lifetime....

This is a challenge to the culture of narcisim that has overtaken this society.  It is really quite radical.  It isn't just a slogan. It's...