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07/28/05: With deft Roberts choice, Bush plays judicial jujitsu
07/22/05: Cashing in on the fight
07/21/05: Look out, world: Here comes booming India
07/15/05: Memo to Rehnquist: Give Bush a break
07/14/05: The terror next time
06/30/05: Wake up, Mr. President: Every day is Election Day
06/23/05: Helping Hillary now will hurt the Republicans later
06/22/05: Hillary Rising
06/20/05: Progressive Social Security won't pass as a mandate
06/16/05: Personal attacks on Hillary will only embolden her
06/09/05: Bad news for Bob Byrd
06/08/05: Fight back on Gitmo, W
06/03/05: The moderate revolution can extend to Social Security
05/27/05: Retirement revolution
05/26/05: Senate's third-party caucus restores power to the center
05/23/05: Let's trade terrorists
05/19/05: Newsweek is biased like the rest of the media elite
05/12/05: On CAFTA, Dems must choose unions or Hispanics
05/11/05: Steak dinner could cook Hill
05/05/05: Progressive Social Security won't pass as a mandate
04/28/05: A better option on judges: Bring on a real filibuster
04/26/05: How Hill gained
04/21/05: The filibuster fight will be disastrous for the GOP
04/19/05: Frist's folly
04/15/05: Russian Humpty Dumpty can't be put together again
04/14/05: Triangulate Social Security by offering a choice of plans
04/07/05: Sandy rolls over for Bill & Hill
03/31/05: The Terri Schiavo case is rousing the moderates
03/30/05: Designer Social Security
03/24/05: The march of democracy may even reach the EU
03/18/05: The Arnold Revolution
03/17/05: Designer Social Security lets people control their futures
03/11/05: Schwarzenegger's bold move
03/09/05: Hillary's playbook
03/03/05: Bush has made spent fuel of Frist's ‘nuclear option’
02/28/05: Behind the prez's winning road trip
02/24/05: How to cut Social Security and live to tell about it
02/17/05: East Europe's orange dawn
02/10/05: To stop Hillary, draft Condi
02/09/05: Keeping passion at bay
02/04/05: Finessing Social Security
01/27/05: Bush's speech even beat mine
01/20/05: How second terms fail
01/14/05: Index retirement age or pay for it in 2006
01/12/05: Another Hillary scandal
01/10/05: Hillary Clinton can't win   —   oh, and pigs can fly
01/06/05: Hillary Clinton can't win   —   oh, and pigs can fly
01/04/05: Bickering: It's how we decide
12/27/04: Beware of changing cloture
12/23/04: Putin's big blunder
12/17/04: Inside Ukraine's freedom fight
12/02/04: To save the U.N., cut the dues
11/30/04: What's not prez's mandate
11/24/04: While we looked away, Czar Putin stole Ukraine
11/22/04: It's Bill's library, but Hill's campaign
11/18/04: Thoughts on a second term
11/08/04: The ad war: Billion-dollar draw
11/05/04: Hispanic vote key
11/04/04: Those faulty exit polls were sabotage
11/02/04: Missin' Osama
11/01/04: Why Bush will win
10/29/04: Kerry camp's final fumble
10/28/04: Enter the wolf
10/27/04: Nobody knows
10/26/04: Bush baited his trap and the liberal walked in
10/21/04: Bush baited his trap and the liberal walked in
10/20/04: The L-Word sticks
10/15/04: Draw, advantage Kerry
10/14/04: More than a metaphor, fight against terror is a real war
10/13/04: ‘Nuisance’ nonsense
10/11/04: The president is back
10/06/04: Deer in the headlights
10/04/04: One winner on substance, another on style
09/29/04: Kerry's quandary
09/27/04: The anti-war turn is a loser
09/23/04: Kerry's confused campaign
09/20/04: Why shakeup won't save Kerry
09/14/04: Kerry's supporters don't really like him that much
09/14/04: Beyond the Bush bounce
09/13/04: Sometimes a strategist just has to sit back and gasp
09/04/04: Sometimes a strategist just has to sit back and gasp
09/03/04: First Lady: First Prize
09/02/04: First Lady: First Prize
09/01/04: Bull's-eye
08/31/04:Bush bounce a'building
08/30/04: Bush message: He keeps us safe
08/18/04: The next prez? It's Osama's call
08/12/04: The partisan peril
08/06/04: Edwards vs. Hillary: Eloquent opposed to tinny
08/02/04: The bagel candidacy
07/30/04: Teresa is now a legitimate target for partisan barbs and arrows
07/28/04: Masterpiece (political) Theater
07/26/04: Kerry's quandary
07/22/04: Kennedy v. Clinton: The Dem divide
07/12/04: Disaster is lurking
07/08/04: Looking for the dirty laundry in Edwards's closet
07/02/04: Breaking the tie
07/01/04: Bush's Churchill vs. Kerry's Atlee
06/25/04: Bubba backing Bush?
06/23/04: Election '04: Kerry's stealth strategy
06/16/04: U.K.'s Declaration of Independence
06/14/04: Reagan and Clinton
06/09/04: A Hillary-Kerry, oops, Kerry-Hillary ticket?
06/07/04: It's obvious that Osama and his allies all want Bush out
06/03/04: Want to win, Mr. President?
05/28/04: Al Qaeda's presidential campaign
05/24/04: The war could beat Kerry or Bush
05/20/04: The rigidification of George Bush
05/13/04: It's time to leave Iraq to the Iraqis
05/07/04: More than the failure to win each day, however, Kerry has not articulated a raison d'Ítre
05/05/04: Clinton steals the show
05/03/04: Sept. 11 will act like a third convention for Republicans
04/29/04: How to buy a French veto
04/22/04: Bush must start appealing to the estrogen vote
04/16/04: The third way in Iraq and the war on terror
04/14/04: Dead-end pursuit of an ideal will be prez's ruin
04/08/04: Kerry's crash continues
04/05/04: Kerry negatives on the rise, could swamp campaign
04/02/04: How Clarke helped prez
03/30/04: Kerry's Ides of March
03/25/04: A blowout in the making
03/22/04: On terror and jobs, Bush and Kerry face Catch-22
03/18/04: Bush ads hit the mark
03/12/04: For Hillary, it's now or never
03/10/04: How ‘flip-flop’ kills Kerry
03/08/04: How Bush can destroy Kerry fast
03/04/04: Dems' mistake
02/27/04: Prez's ratings are tanking because he has succeeded too well
02/25/04: Dubya's dilemma
02/23/04: Memo to Bush: Define Kerry now, before he does
02/19/04: Why prez. must bash Kerry now
02/12/04: Why Bush's State of the Union message failed — and what he can do about it
02/06/04: Bush needs to become prosecutor, not defendant
02/04/04: Hillary's veepstakes
02/02/04: Dems' race ain't over yet
01/26/04: Karl Rove must be crying
01/22/04: Death by negatives
01/20/04: Bush's historic move
01/12/04: Dean and his amazing cyber Teflon coat
01/07/04: Dr. Dean's advance: Unstoppable ...
12/31/03: Ricochet effect
12/24/03: GOP Senate hopes
12/22/03: The left has taken over the Democratic Party
12/18/03: Hillary's veepstakes
12/10/03: Why Gore's backing Dean
12/08/03: Democrats have built a soft-money lifeboat
12/07/03: Hillary's badwill tour
12/01/03: Triangulation at its best
11/26/03: The front
11/24/03: The Guantanamo solution
11/20/03: Dean's Iraq quagmire
11/12/03: The Clark collapse
11/10/03: The golden age of governance: 1980-2003
11/06/03: Prez's weapon against Dean
10/29/03: The activist primary
10/22/03: Clark's Achille's heel
10/16/03: The raging fury against the political establishment
10/08/03: Barbarians at the gates
10/03/03: Get ready for Iran's drive to be national suicide bomber
10/01/03: Dean's E-reform
09/26/03: An open letter to Karl Rove
09/24/03: Why Clark will fade
09/18/03: Terror fears fade too fast
09/10/03: As Dubya sinks, Al & Hill scheme
08/25/03: Bias-mongers on rocks as viewers taste straight news
08/14/03: Arnold & Dean's political revolution
08/08/03: Hillary Clinton might not want to wait until 2008
08/06/03: Revolution
07/24/03: As Bush falters, watch Hil run
07/21/03: Peace dominoes begin to fall
07/17/03: Let's hear the good news
07/14/03: Sending troops to Liberia could be a bridge too far
07/10/03: McGovern II
07/07/03: French: Toast
07/03/03: At moment of truth, Hillary turns backwards
06/27/03: And now the dominos begin to fall
06/25/03: W's triangulation
06/23/03: Presidents often fall victim to their own success: Some advice for the president
06/18/03: Times not a-changing
06/13/03: Why did Hillary write the book?
06/11/03: Will the Rev go rogue?
06/05/03: Napoleon's maneuvers at Austerlitz have nothing on prez's
06/02/03: Prez's tax-cut catch-22 for Dems
05/29/03: Liberal author documents Clinton's wasted second term
05/16/03: Early Democrat handicapping for 2004
05/14/03: Gephardt: AWOL
04/30/03: Prez can lose
04/25/03: My message to Putin: Call President Bush
04/23/03: NO OIL FOR BLOOD
04/21/03: The war that network news lost in Iraq
04/15/03: Media meltdown
04/10/03: Giving government a good name
04/03/03: Polls' message to Bush: Relax and win the war
03/31/03: Bomb as you need
03/28/03: The strong grow weak through inhibition
03/26/03: Carping pessimism of TV anchors and interviewers fails to give Americans a sense of defeatism
03/17/03: Poll: Get on with it
03/13/03: It's time for U.S. to play hardball at U.N.
03/10/03: The whole (Hispanic) world is watching
03/07/03: Anti-war errors
03/05/03: Domino theory II: Toppling Mideast despots
03/03/03: Europe's triangulators: Chirac and Blair
02/27/03: Invasion? More like a coup
02/21/03: The first casualty of Iraq war: Liberal credibility
02/19/03: Old Europe's last hurrah
02/14/03: Corzine throws down gauntlet on Wall St. fraud
02/12/03: An exile deal for Saddam
02/07/03: The Dems give up the House
02/05/03: France: Saddam's ally
02/03/03: War critics will suffer
02/30/03: Even by Clinton standards, it's sheer chutzpah
01/24/03: Rebirth of the balanced budget Republican
01/22/03: Next to Bubba, Dubya's got it good
01/16/03: End racism in affirmative action
01/13/03: The new swing voter
01/10/03: Political e-mailing comes of age
01/07/03: In Dem race: Home field no advantage
12/31/02: Hey, Hillary: Want to appear like a stateswomyn? Stay silent
12/19/02: Kerry in the lead
12/19/02: Lieberman the frontrunner
12/17/02: In defense of Lott
12/02/02: An issue for Bush: Drugs
11/27/02: Women gone wobbly?
11/25/02: The U.N. over a barrel
11/15/02: Gore's suicide
11/15/02 One-party control is an illusion
11/13/02 The House of Extremes
11/08/02 I have egg on my face
11/01/02 Is Bush losing control over events?
10/25/02What is causing Bush's free fall?
10/25/02: Anybody sense a trend?
10/23/02: A deadline for Iraq
10/18/02: Only sure bet of 2002 elections is voter angst
10/16/02: Endangered incumbents
10/11/02: Why multilateralism doesn't work
10/09/02: Hey, Dems: Believe NYTimes polling at your own risk
10/03/02: Dem suicide: Let's count the ways
09/30/02: The Dems just can't stop themselves
09/26/02: The perils of polling
09/19/02: W. boxed in the U.N.
09/19/02: Welfare reform: Keep on keeping on
09/12/02: Are Dems insane on Iraq?
09/09/02: Twin shadows of Election '02
09/05/02: GOP should triangulate
08/28/02: Trust the military
08/22/02: It's not the economy, stupid
08/09/02: As America unites, Gore goes divisive
08/01/02: Bush must focus on big picture
07/23/02: Election 2002: Advantage Dems
07/19/02: Rudy for SEC tough cop
07/17/02: The investor strike
07/15/02: Door open for drug testing students --- go for it, GOP!
07/12/02: Dubya looking out for No. 1?
07/03/02: The DNA war for Bush's soul
06/21/02: Why are conservatives winning?
06/19/02: Learning to love the feds
06/14/02: Hey, journalists and Dems: Dubya is doing just fine
06/12/02: It's terrorism, stupid!
06/10/02: Sanctions are a potent weapon
06/04/02: Al Qaeda's more dangerous new front
05/31/02: Why '04 looks tough for liberal Dems
05/24/02: Democratic self-destruction
05/22/02: The Clinton failures
05/15/02: Pataki positioned to win
05/08/02: A wakeup-call for American Jewry
05/03/02: Give Bush back his focus
05/01/02: Immigration fault li(n)es
04/25/02: It's the war, stupid
04/17/02: Bush goes small bore
04/12/02: Bush must be a gentle partisan
04/10/02: In defense of polling
04/08/02: Focus on Iraq, not the Palestinians
04/01/02: Only Internet will bring real campaign finance reform
03/27/02: Where W's drawn a line in the sand
03/22/02: Enron scandal will not trigger a wave of economic populism
03/20/02: Term-limited --- by war
03/15/02: Europe doesn't have a clue
03/11/02: Bush popularity = GOP win?
03/01/02: Will America be forced to chase its tail in its war on terrorism?
02/27/02: The Arafat/Saddam equilibrium must be destroyed
02/21/02: Campaign finance reform won't hurt GOPers
02/13/02: Dodd scurries for cover
02/11/02: U.S. 'unilateralism'? The Europeans don't have a case
02/06/02: WAR: What women want
02/01/02: They all talk in the end
01/30/01: The odd couple: Chris Dodd and Arthur Andersen
01/22/01: His father's son? Bush better get an 'Act II' fast!
01/18/01: Dubya & the 'vision thing'
01/14/01: The Rumsfeld Doctrine 01/03/01: A President Gore would have been a disaster
01/03/02: Clinton's priority: Political correctness over fighting terror
12/27/01: Terror network grew out of Clinton's inaction, despite warnings
12/24/01: Call 'em back, George
12/18/01: What Bush did right
12/13/01: Libs worry too much
12/11/01: "Open Sesame": Feinstein's proposed bill allows 100,000 non-immigrant students from anti-American countries to our shores
12/07/01: The non-partisan president
12/05/01: Both parties are phony on stimulus debate
11/29/01: When terrorists can enter legally, it's time to change the laws
11/21/01: Go for the jugular!
11/16/01: You are all incumbents
11/14/01: Clinton's failure to mobilize America to confront foreign terror after the 1993 attack led directly to 9-11 disaster
11/12/01: To the generals: Don't worry about losing support
11/08/01: The death of the white liberal
11/07/01: Our leaders are being transformed in a way unprecedented in post-World War II history

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