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George W. Bush

Bush letter

President Obama came into office determined to create more “daylight” between the U.S. and Israel. But, as was evident from his first days in office...
Barack Obama

The good news for Democrats is that over the next four years two of the country’s most popular people may be waiting in the wings...
Russia

It was inevitable that the allegation Russian intelligence meddled in the American presidential election would become a partisan football. The claims that Moscow’s cyber intelligence...
bipartisanship

It was, as the New York Times put it, “The Embrace Seen Around the World.” Coming at a moment in America’s history when a spirit...
Libya

How did Libya become the mess that it is today -- a country with no central government and with a burgeoning province of the Islamic...
Bush lied

Over the past two nights, CNN staged town halls with the six remaining Republican candidates in conversation with Anderson Cooper and South Carolina GOP voters....
Iraq Ware

In honor of the events of the South Carolina primary, we present an abridged version of Norman Podhoretz's article in our December 2005—yes, December 2005—issue, "Who...
W

After more than seven years of staying out of partisan politics, our 43rd president has returned to the fray. George W. Bush’s willingness to work for...
dog whistle

At the risk of piling onto what Jonathan and Noah have already written, the South Carolina debate on Saturday was notable for what it revealed...
George W. Bush Laura Bush

You cannot begrudge Democrats a little schadenfreude. There is something undeniably delicious about an erstwhile member of their own fold successfully infiltrating the opposition, making...
defense budget

In hindsight, the fragile naiveté that typified President Barack Obama’s approach to geopolitics when he first came to office seems like even more of a...
blame

Today is the day when the broad mass of American voters -- as opposed to the tiny subset contacted by pollsters -- begins to have...