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December 10, 2010

In the Senate, Vermont's Bernie Sanders was in the seventh hour of a filibuster against the tax-cut deal, showing that when you give an old...

David Brooks is not only an outstanding columnist; he’s also a friend. And so I want to register a friendly dissent with his column today. As...

Did Barack Obama flaunt the famous presidential ego again? Some are criticizing the opening of his written statement congratulating jailed Chinese dissident Liu Xiaobo on...

Alana's reference to the Pew Research poll that used the membership of the American Association for the Advancement of Science as a proxy for American...

That the New York Times’s Roger Cohen has a problem with Israel is not exactly a secret. As far as he is concerned, the country’s...

A week ago, David Brooks revealed a “vision” that would vindicate his belief in Barack Obama as a “pragmatist”: a State of the Union address...

It turns out that Barack Obama understands the economic good sense of the so-called “tax cuts for the rich.” How do we know this? From...

Liberals may still be grumbling about Obama’s tax-cut deal with Republicans, but Charles Krauthammer argues that the president actually won the face-off with the GOP:...

The Chinese dissident Liu Xiaobo was rightly awarded the Nobel Peace Prize. President Obama, in his statement about the award, began this way: One year ago,...

Over at Slate, Daniel Sarewitz cites a 2009 Pew Research poll that found only 6 percent of scientists are Republicans, while 55 percent are Democrats....

People will enjoy this clip, an exchange between CBS’s Late Late Show host Craig Ferguson and liberal journalist Richard Wolffe. After listening to Wolffe’s political analysis,...