March 2, 2013
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If history is a semi-reliable guide, then 2014 ought to be a pretty good year for Republicans.
Barack Obama has never minced words about the Cayman Islands.
Edward Snowden has been relentlessly attacked by Washington pundits and politicians for one, unforgivable offense: He did not graduate from high school.
Mo Udall was never able to convince himself -- unlike basically every other presidential candidate can -- that the very survival of the Western World depended upon his winning the White House.
The president who benefits from personally giving the green light to Navy SEAL Team 6 will also be held accountable for the wrongful acts of his appointees.
To listen to the language of American political campaigns, you could reasonably conclude that "big" is bad and "small" is good.
Florida wants to license individuals to be able to legally carry concealed firearms in public places.
Pope Francis, less than a month in office, is enjoying what could be called a real political honeymoon.
The United States 2003 invasion and occupation of Iraq was indeed a war with no victors.
Let me stipulate at the outset: I do not qualify for any youth movement.
The Great Public Squabble of 2013 may not be helping the nation. But it is manifestly hurting the Republican Party.