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Daniel Casse

Daniel Casse

Daniel Casse served as special assistant to President Bush, policy director on Lamar Alexander’s 1996 presidential campaign, and senior director of policy and speechwriting on the Dole-Kemp ’96 campaign. He is a senior director of the White House Writers Group.

Steve JobsBy Walter IsaacsonSimon & Schuster, 656 pages In 2008, after a six-month leave for a liver transplant made necessary by pancreatic cancer, Steve Jobs returned...

At the 1992 Republican Convention in Houston, I had the unpleasant responsibility of telling Jack Kemp that he could not sit beside Jude Wanniski in...

I've always thought that alarmist talk about the federal budget deficit was largely partisan posturing, and I'm not all that worked up about deficits we...

Policy vs. Proces In the Shadow of the Oval Office: Profiles of the National Security Advisers and the Presidents They Served—From JFK to George W. ...

During the earlier debates, I thought Obama was skillful, but sometimes lost. When he didn't know a topic, he just punted (remember his rambling...

Schieffer brings in Roe v. Wade in a far more sophisticated way than any reporter I've heard: would you nominate someone who disagrees with...

McCain has tried tonight, and in the past, to try to make Obama's health care plan sound like Hillary's. It won't work because it...

Alas, McCain can only talk about energy policy by talking about drilling. That's it. Obama doesn't really have much of a plan himself, but he...

McCain did as well as he could with this hot potato. I'm surprised he didn't make more of the fact that he chose a...

Schieffer has let this debate about the conduct of the campaign go on for far too long. Why does anyone other than reporters care...

On CNBC, the network is showing graphs of the Asian markets tanking. The debate is reduced to a small box in the bottom right....

That is all Obama is trying to do tonight: sound reasonable. McCain is hitting him with clean, hard punches ("if you wanted to...