To the Editor: Fred Siegel touts the presidential prospects of Rudolph Giuliani as only a dyed-in-the-wool New Yorker can [“Candidate Giuliani,” July-August]. But in listing the...

Will Rudolph Giuliani be a heavyweight presidential contender in 2008? Some of his enemies evidently think so. They have already begun to raise the alarm. One...

American Jews constitute only 3 percent of the voting public, and have cast a majority of their votes for the Democratic nominee in every presidential...

Crashing the Party: How to Tell the Truth and Still run for President by Ralph Nader St. Martin’s Press. 352 pp. $24.95 Ralph Nader has been a...

On the day after the presidential election—shortly before it became clear that the race between George W. Bush and Al Gore was to be decided...

Whether or not education lives up to its early billing as the premier issue in this year’s presidential election may not be known until after...

A funny thing happened on the way to the presidential nominations this year. We discovered not only that the candidates were not quite what we...

To the Editor: Bradley A. Smith’s polemic against campaign-finance reform, “The Campaign-Finance Follies” [December 1997], misses the point by a mile. The problem is not how...

In 1974, Congress passed amendments to the Federal Elections Campaign Act that, for the first time in our nation’s history, seriously undertook to regulate political...

Liberals and conservatives alike spend a lot of time wishing the United States did not have its present Constitution. Out of power, each group finds...

The Campaign Trail The Outside Story: How Democrats and Republicans Reelected Ronald Reagan. by Richard Brookhiser. Double-day. 298 pp. $17.95. Richard Brookhiser, the managing editor of National Review, has...

Politics has been an avocation of the Jews for a mere two hundred years, and as Mark Twain once noted, despite their splendid capacities in...