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Michael Gerson

According to media accounts, in his State of the Union address, President Obama is going to avoid dealing with our entitlement crisis. The question is:...

There is a lot of talk about civility in public discourse these days. This is a matter on which Michael Gerson and I have written...

The American Enterprise Institute's Nick Schulz interviewed me about two of my recent publications, City of Man: Religion and Politics in a New Era (co-authored...

Michael Gerson sums up where the moral preener has left us: "Under Holder's influence, American detainee policy is a botched, hypocritical, politicized mess." Botched because...

Michael Gerson conducts a must-read interview with Charlie Cook. In addition to predictions of a massive GOP wave, there is this discussion about Obama and...

Jen references Michael Gerson's devastating Washington Post column in which he calls President Obama an intellectual snob. Equally interesting, I think, is a front-page...

A week from tomorrow, voters go to the polls to throw out the Democrats. That's the finding of the latest Battleground 2010 poll. Republicans have...

Yesterday, in typically measured and tightly reasoned fashion, Michael Gerson made the case that the president is a snob. This is not an observation unique...

Michael Gerson writes of Obama's last temper tantrum: Obama clearly believes that his brand of politics represents "facts and science and argument." His opponents, in disturbing...

The Washington Post’s Michael Gerson (co-author, with me, of City of Man: Religion and Politics in a New Era) has written a lovely column about...

Michael Gerson deftly explains another dashed hope of the Obama administration: As a candidate, it was a measure of Barack Obama's political innovation and ambition that...

Good advice to conservative pundits from Michael Gerson (in defending Karl Rove): "[A commentator] owes his readers or viewers his best judgment -- which means he cannot simply...