Maybe the real problem this year isn’t that the campaign is unduly nasty, but that it’s incredibly petty.
Alex Pareene’s quip that “Aaron Sorkin is why people hate liberals” has gone viral.
A study shows that most national columnists and talking heads are about as accurate as a coin flip.
150 years ago, President-Elect Abraham Lincoln was presented with a chance to avert Civil War. He passed it up, and we should be glad that he did.
David Broder, three weeks after the election, explains “What Murkowski’s write-in win says about the electorate.”
David Broder offers up some odd ideas on the relationship between a war with Iran and the economy.
Michael Gerson argues that the source of our polarization isn’t the Democrats and the Republicans but the Ugly Party and the Grown-Up Party.