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In a New York Times op-ed, my Ethics and Public Policy colleague Yuval Levin offers a simple, excellent idea that offers a way out of...

Paul Ryan’s role in the 2012 presidential election was, from the standpoint of some congressional Republicans, perfect. Because Ryan is the author of budget-cutting legislation...

On “Fox and Friends” this morning at 7 a.m. came the news that President Obama and Speaker Boehner had had a phone call last evening,...

Although today’s Washington Post/ABC poll gives Mitt Romney no reason to panic--he’s down just one point among likely voters--it should at least raise a red...

Heading into this week’s Democratic National Convention, the party knows the country isn’t really better off than it was four years ago. They also know...

When Mitt Romney chose Rep. Paul Ryan to be his running mate Democrats rejoiced. They were sure that the elevation of the author of the...

Mitt Romney is closing the gap in Florida and Wisconsin, according to today’s Quinnipiac/CBS/NYT poll. According to Quinnipiac, this seems to be a mini-bump from...

I don’t want to be too optimistic about these numbers, since there’s still two and a half months of Mediscaring to go, and Democrats haven’t...

The Washington Post editorial board argues that Joe Biden’s comments on Social Security the other day were far more disturbing than his “chains” gaffe: On the...

Via the Purple Poll, Mitt Romney has seen gains in Ohio and Pennsylvania since choosing Paul Ryan as his running mate. While President Obama has...

The chief attack on Paul Ryan electorally is simple: His now-famous Plan "ends Medicare as we know it," thereby stripping the elderly of their health...

One day after Mitt Romney announced his choice for vice president, the consensus among Democrats is all they have to do to win in November is...