When the FBI essentially creates a terrorist in order to arrest him, have we really accomplished anything?
Chris Christie’s weight has become a political concern, apparently.
My latest for The Atlantic, “The Thorniest Question: When Can a President Order an American Killed?” has been posted.
And, the week closes out with another round of rumors about New Jersey’s Governor.
Another entry in the ongoing follies of US border and immigration policy.
Despite what the media keeps saying, there’s no real evidence that GOP voters are dissatisfied with the 2012 field.
A consultant for would-be academics, says she wouldn’t have a job if professors would do theirs.
Can someone who doesn’t look like a GQ model make it in politics anymore?
There is literally no interest in a Giuliani presidential bid outside of Giuliani and those who might be employed by his campaign.
Beginning with “BREAKING: Witnesses reporting screams and gunfire heard inside Capitol building,” a series of tweets with the #CongressHostage hashtag have been decidedly unfunny.
Mitt Romney is still being dogged by charges of changed positions. Now, he’s trying to spin that as a good thing.
Rezwan Ferdaus, an American Muslim, has been charged with a major terrorist plot against his country.
Yet again, a state seeks to buck the primary calendar (and yet again it provides a chance to wonder why we have the nomination system we have).
The health care battle is formally joined in the Supreme Court.
Rick Perry’s slide in polls seems to be accelerating.
Sarah Palin apparently thinks having an actual job would be too confining.
In a shot across the bow of the current publishing model, Princeton is requiring professors to retain rights to their published work so that it may be freely distributed.
Why didn’t the government simply stop printing new dollar bills, making transition to coins non-optional?
Dick Morris has a penchant for counter-intuitive analysis. And for being wildly wrong.
Last night’s speech at the Reagan Library did nothing to stop people from speculating about Chris Christie’s Presidential plans.
The conspiracy by grocery store owners to turn us all into unpaid cashiers may be ending.
Neither political party is resonating with the public right now, and neither is acting in the manner the public would like.
House Energy and Commerce Committee “is investigating Planned Parenthood’s federal funding, requesting lots of docs.”
Despite all the negatives going against him, Mitt Romney may yet be the inevitable Republican nominee.