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January 20, 2010

Even Boxer and Feinstein get it. Well, sort of. They get the prospect of electoral vulnerability, at least. In the wake of Scott Brown’s victory,...

David Brooks pleads with the president he's been rooting for not to blow it -- or blow it any more. In a conversation with Gail...

Nothing like a once-in-a-generation political upset to shake up incumbents, right? Two developments demonstrate that despite White House denial, the rest of the political establishment...

You just wish they'd stop. Take a morning to think about it. Go talk to some congressmen. Go out to a few state party offices....

As he marks a year in office, President Obama has to deal with plunging opinion polls, repeated rebuffs abroad from nations as diverse as Israel...

Harry Reid and the rest of the Democratic leadership thought themselves so very clever. A deal for Sen. Ben Nelson. Another for Big Labor. Some Gator-Aid...

Dana Milbank reminds me that there's another White House aide who deserves to be shown the door: the ever-snide Robert Gibbs. Milbank explains: Gibbs acts as...

John Judis at the New Republic doesn't mince words: Bill Clinton didn’t know he was in big trouble until the very eve of the November 1994...

At some point, the saner Democrats have to call a halt to the Obami's march over the political ... what was it? Ah, yes ......

The Economist, seemingly alone among the MSM, gets it about the terrorist attack in Kabul. It writes: Mr Karzai can feel some pride in the performance...

Among the many lessons to be learned from yesterday's election in Massachusetts is that politicians should not play games with established law for short-term political advantage. Like most...

Scott Brown's victory speech was a bit long. Other than that, it was as close as one can get to a political home run. For...