Feb 10, 2016
What is obvious, if bittersweet, is that Steinem and Albright, and possibly Clinton by association, have passed the baton, if without realizing it. Through their temerity and hard work, they've created a world in which their original purposes have become obsolete through acceptance.
Feb 7, 2016
Obviously, the Clintons have golden tongues, but the market pays what the market demands.
Feb 1, 2016
Insult, an artless form perfected by Trump, isn't politically INcorrect. It is rude. Name-calling isn't clever; it is childish and lazy.
Jan 27, 2016
It's a pretty safe bet few enough will care what happened in 1996. But more recent issues of inaccuracies are both concerning and consequential. What difference at this point does any of it make? When it comes to public trust in a presidential candidate, everything.
Jan 25, 2016
In gallops National Review with opinions saying Trump is terrible for conservatism. William F. Buckley's conservatism seems headed for the door. National Review deserves blame. Suddenly, the editors, are opposing her choice for president. There is no one left to athwart history and yell, stop!
Jan 20, 2016
So you say you want a daddy for your president? OK, so maybe you didn't say it, but on a subliminal level, you may have felt it, especially if you're a Republican primary voter leaning toward Donald Trump.
Jan 17, 2016
What's clear is that Haley, who is widely considered a likely vice-presidential candidate, had decided that she didn't need a Trump alliance and was choosing the "establishment lane" of the party, or, as some prefer, the "rational lane."
Jan 13, 2016
Reports of Jeb Bush's political death may be greatly exaggerated.