Many and small beats large and heavy. Finding beats flanking. Swarming beats surging.
Despite seemingly ideal conditions, Green Mountain Care was an absolute debacle.
Madison was right about politicians and ambition. He just didn’t see the how it would all play out.
The dean of conservative columnists argues that the Republican Congress must be taught a lesson.
We’re further from a public option than we were in 2009. The need for it has become more acute.
Major carriers are reporting massive losses and demanding major rate hikes to cover the costs imposed by PPACA.
Pundits and political scientists agree that, if the 2016 presidential election were today, we’d have a much better idea who would win.
President Obama set off a firestorm by claiming business owners didn’t build “that.”
Megan McArdle is taking a break of unspecified length from blogging to “work on another project.” Said project, she hastens to add, is not a baby.
Pepsi’s profits and revenues are up. Naturally, it’s time to fire 3 percent of its global workforce.
President Obama wants a million hybrid cars on the road by 2015. That’s easier said than done.
The institutions charged with solving our Information Age social problems are stuck in the Industrial Age.
Tonight’s topics: the Republican effort to run out the clock on the 111th Congress, various reform proposals that are floating around, and goodness knows what else.
Tonight’s topics: The tax cut deal, Obama’s primary challengers, and whether politicians should care about the unemployed.
Tonight’s topics: The fallout from the latest WikiLeaks dump and the Pentagon’s report on gays in the military.
Tonight’s topics: Escalation on the Korean peninsula, the continued woes of the eurozone, and goodness knows what else.
Tonight’s topics: New airline screening measures, Karzai vs. Petraeus, political infighting among victorious Republicans, and the defeated Democrats keeping their leadership intact.
Tonight’s topics: The foreclosure mess, low GDP growth, and the world-wide Tea Party.
Tonight’s topics: The latest mortgage scandal, lust for a third party, the role of judges in Don’t Ask Don’t Tell, political motorcades and their impact on the little people, and who knows what else. I hear there’s an election coming up, so perhaps that will enter into the discussion as well.
The IRS wants to license tax preparers but exempt lawyers and CPAs from the requirement.
Tonight’s topic: America’s rising income inequality and what, if anything, we ought to do about it.
Tonight’s topics: Democrats’ infighting, the continued Tea Party “takeover” of the GOP, the Obama administration’s following of its predecessor’s lead on executive power, and the degree to which America’s economic competition is fair.
White House chief of staff Rahm Emanuel is leaving his job at week’s end to run for mayor of Chicago.
In 1994, it was the Contract With America. In 2010, it’s the Pledge To America. But does it really mean anything regardless of what it’s called ?
Tonight’s topics: Bob Woodward’s new book, the Murkowski write-in bid, the weird race in Delaware, and the end of the Great Recession.
Tonight’s topics: The Gallup poll and the vanishing 10-point Republican lead, whether we overreacted to 9/11, Mike Castle and the RINO/DINO problem, income inequality, and the retirement of Chicago Mayor Richard Daley.
Tonight’s topics: President Obama’s speech, Tony Blair’s book, Glenn Beck’s rally, and the GOP’s steady rise in the polls.
Tonight’s topics: Anything but that damned mosque. Possibilities include: Tuesday’s primaries, the continued economic malaise, and the flooding in Pakistan.
Tonight’s topics: the Blagojevich verdict, whether lying about military awards should be protected speech, the politics of the Cordoba House project, the coherence or lack thereof of the Obama administration, and whether the United States should be more like Germany.
Tonight’s topics: Yesterday’s primary elections, the cost of hiring workers in the public and private sectors, anti-Muslim sentiment, and the move to repeal birthright citizenship.
Despite 9.5% unemployment, American firms are struggling to find qualified applicants for job openings.
Should we abandon the notion of civil marriage? Would doing so end the clash over homosexual unions?
That attitudes towards gay marriage varies by state won’t surprise you. The degree to which it does just might.
Topics include the WikiLeaks episode and its fallout, the DISCLOSE Act, filibuster reform, and the possibility that the economy has already recovered as much as it’s going to.
Yet another “hidden” provision of ObamaCare is revealed to hold nasty surprises for America’s small business owners.
Topics include the state of the social contract, the terrorist attack by an al Qaeda affiliate in Uganda, claims al Qaeda is racist, and the new Black Panther Party.