Politics & Policy

For February 22, 2004

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Fox News Sunday

Gov. Bill Richardson (D., N.M.)

Gov. Haley Barbour (R., Miss.)

Ex-GE CEO Jack Welsh

Gay Old Time

Meet the Press

Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger (R., Calif.)

Ralph Nader

Terry Bull

Face the Nation

DNC chair Terry McAuliffe

And Then There Were Two

This Week

John Kerry

John Edwards

A Love-in There

Late Edition

Rep. Chris Cox (R., Calif.)

Rep. Jane Harman (D., Calif.)

San Francisco Mayor Gavin Newsom

Gov. Jennifer Granholm (D., Mich.)

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White House

What Is Hillary Clinton Thinking?

When Homer Simpson looks in the mirror, he sees ripped chest muscles and arms like the trunks of beech trees. When Hillary Clinton looks in the mirror, she sees America’s sweetheart. She thinks: America adores me. She thinks: America already chose me to be president once! She thinks: Everyone is comparing me ... Read More
Politics & Policy

Rod Rosenstein’s Resistance

Rod Rosenstein is even a weasel when repudiating his weasel moves. Here (with my italics) is the deputy attorney general’s non-denial denial of a New York Times report Friday that he brainstormed about ousting President Trump in May 2017: The New York Times’s story is inaccurate and factually incorrect. . . ... Read More
Politics & Policy

Fight for Kavanaugh 

The cynics — or, perhaps more precisely, the realists — believed that the Democrats were playing for time in the hopes of finding another accusation against Brett Kavanaugh. The cynics were right. The New Yorker stooped to publish a shoddy story alleging that Kavanaugh exposed himself to a woman while he ... Read More
White House

Trump Stands By ‘Fantastic’ Kavanaugh

President Trump was supportive of his nominee to the Supreme Court during a radio interview set to be broadcast on Monday morning, in which he characterized Brett Kavanaugh as a “fantastic, fantastic man” and called into question allegations of sexual assault. In the interview — recorded on Sunday, ... Read More