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11/30/05: The opposite of being naive is not to be cynical — it is to be wise
11/23/05: Iraq, Thanksgiving 2005
11/16/05: An incontinent Congress
11/09/05: Muslim rampage not about poverty, but Western weakness
11/02/05: Principled conservatism
10/27/05: Bush on the edge
10/12/05: Such brilliant, substantive journalists
10/06/05: High Court politics
09/28/05: Prez's actions could shake the Pentagon to its core
09/21/05: Politics and reconstruction
09/07/05: Complacency and survival
08/31/05: GOP, Dems in synchronized funk
08/24/05: The case for victory
08/17/05: Exit strategy day
08/10/05: ‘Pirrotechnic’ campaign against Hillary
08/03/05: Space Shuttle America
07/27/05: Roe v. Wade v. Technology
07/20/05: Out for a pillion ride
07/13/05: ‘Short memories and politically correct lies’
07/06/05: Senator Biden's words
06/30/05: Iraq debate in transition
06/22/05: Inside Hillary's mind
06/15/05: The moral light of Paris Hilton
06/08/05: The age of schadenfreude
06/01/05: The great reaction
05/25/05: A Senate Regency
05/18/05: Free trade slip-sliding away?
05/11/05: An awkward GOP spring
04/27/05: Political attention deficit disorder
04/20/05: Don't get old
04/13/05: Keep Delay, or pay the price
04/06/05: Desert Democrats of Mesopotamia
03/30/05: The scandalous Internet
03/23/05: Not fit to judge
03/16/05: Talking with terrorists
03/09/05: Democrats fall on the ball
03/02/05: Black robes and betrayal
02/24/05: Social Security reform may pass
02/16/05: Insufficiently draconian cuts
02/09/05: Echoes of a speech long ago
01/26/05: Iraqi ballots and bombs
01/19/05: Espionage by any other name
01/12/05: Damage control at Black Rock
12/29/04: Americans pass gut check
12/22/04: Rumsfeld's logic
12/15/04: Bless Hillary Clinton?!
12/08/04: Long live the Czar
12/01/04: Misbegotten intelligence reform
11/24/04: Europe to the barricades
11/17/04: Blood in the Potomac
11/10/04: Secession
11/03/04: What an election!
10/27/04: Democracy in peril?
10/20/04: Election madness
10/13/04: Those pesky terrorists
10/06/04: The other 2005: Annus Horribilis
10/05/04: The other Big Debate last week
09/29/04: Miami melodrama
09/22/04: The Massachusetts drifter
09/16/04: Iraq until the election
09/15/04: A revolution in news
09/08/04: Dems in disarray
08/25/04: Big media's big mistakes
08/18/04: The Cambodian candidate
08/11/04: Unfit for Command?
08/04/04: Spook reform
07/28/04: The hate cure
07/21/04: Berger on the grill
07/14/04: Can Kerry fix Europe?
07/07/04: IT'S EDWARDS!
06/23/04: The Clinton legacy — OOPS!
06/16/04: We desperately need one man, one mind in charge
06/09/04: It's called victory
06/02/04: Bush wings it — and does well
05/25/04: Beyond ‘the speech’: A lesson from Lincoln
05/19/04: America: The strong horse
05/12/04: Why Rummy must not resign
05/05/04: Speak up, Mr. Kerry
04/28/04: Kerry's fatal flaw
04/21/04: Beware of an old man in a hurry
04/14/04: Islam confronting its demons?
04/08/04: Vigilance is not enough
03/24/04: Kerry personally vulnerable
03/24/04: Futile finger pointing
03/17/04: The Spanish disease
03/10/04: Euro back-stabbers for Kerry
02/25/04: What makes John Kerry tick?
02/18/04: Kerry's pre-emptive war policy
02/11/04: George W. Bush — grand strategist?
02/04/04: Elections in the age of terror
01/28/04: There's a war on?
01/21/04: It's good that we live in ignorance of the future
01/14/04: The strange case of immigration politics
01/07/04: Funding for American presidential elections is beginning to go global
12/31/03: Make us laugh
12/24/03: War prophesies
12/17/03: Analyze this!
12/10/03: Until peace is ready to be negotiated
12/03/03: AFL-CIO meets Monty Python
11/26/03: Republicans need to learn from the Romans
11/19/03: All of a sudden we have a responsible media?
11/12/03: To arms
11/05/03: Mayor Mike's appetite for self-destructive accusations
10/29/03: A bloody march to peace
10/22/03: Calls for a general 's head because his comments may have ruffled the feathers of our esteemed enemies!?
10/08/03: The leakers' agony
10/01/03: Managing a scandal
09/24/03: Will we have to balance our strong ethical and religious revulsion of cloning against the danger of being surpassed by a gene-manipulated super-race?
09/17/03: The skinny on the First Ladies
09/10/03: More than cynicism will be needed to defeat prez
09/03/03: Dead Man Politickin'
08/27/03: Patience is not America's long suit
08/13/03: George Will's trifecta of punitive aspirations
07/30/03: A question for the candidates: Whose side are you on?
07/23/03: When GOPers attack their leader
07/17/03: Spanish fest mirrors U.S. elections
07/09/03: On the horns of a dilemma
06/25/03: The continuing deaths of American and British soldiers in Iraq should not be rhetorically minimized -- but sanctified
06/18/03: No reason to feel defensive about criticism of the war on terrorism
06/11/03: The Clintons — self-proclaimed geniuses — have no defense against the charge of cunning mendacity
06/04/03: George 'Machiavelli' Bush? Nah
05/28/03: When 'progressives' become reactionaries
05/21/03: Yes, this conservative is defending the NYTimes
05/14/03: Playing the politics of deflation
05/07/03: Only the stupid could think it'll be the economy: Comparing the Bushes 04/30/03: How to squelch increasing Iraqi distrust of America
04/25/03: Winning the war, losing the peace
04/16/03: Our own domestic Senate Republican Guard better be prepared for a grinding
04/03/03: At this human moment we need to act like humans, not just calculating analysts
04/02/03: If we could only draft Jennings' eyebrow to the cause, we wouldn't need the 4th Armored Division?
03/26/03: This war is showing the world who we really are
03/19/03: Time for America to laugh at itself
03/13/03: They're coming out of the woodwork: Russert, Buchanan and Moran
03/05/03: Franc-tireur
02/26/03: World history is shifting under our feet --- even our most experienced statesmen are, effectively, inexperienced
02/19/03: The shame! We've mischaracterized the French 02/12/03: Schroeder and Chirac will be disproportionately undercutting their interests
02/05/03: We need to rise above our temporary anger and seek to preserve our bonds with our European cousins
01/29/03: Who is President Bush's stupidest opponent: Saddam Hussein or Tom Daschle?
01/22/03: We call them our European cousins --- but I demand a DNA test
01/16/03: Dems bare partisan teeth
01/02/03: Before the cheering must come the struggle
12/27/02: Long ago and far away
12/18/02: Be glad that Gore's gone?
12/11/02: What fun! A titanic, once-in-a-century partisan battle royal is in the offing
12/04/02: Kerry atwitter
11/27/02: The unThankful list
11/20/02: First the scare, then the yawn
11/13/02: It's going to be a long two years for Lefty Pelosi and the Frisco Dems
11/06/02: Technology: A pollster's worst enemy --- thank goodness!
10/31/02: Watch this election's Wheel of Fate
10/23/02: The Ari and Colin Show: Politics has never been, well, more vaudeville-like
10/09/02: Bush beats drums of realism
10/02/02: Needed: A political chromatograph to detect any true statements in the public domain
09/25/02: Buchanan's new mag
09/18/02: There are many forms of peace
09/11/02: The imperial period of our history starts
09/04/02: Memo to Powell: In periods of upheaval, the refusal to act gives aid to those bent on destruction
08/30/02: Logging old growth is a sham issue

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