Politics & Policy

For July 11, 2004

Ticket Talkers

Fox News Sunday

Sen. Pat Roberts (R., Kan.)

Sen. Jay Rockefeller (D., W.V.)

Kerry-Edwards advisor Tad Devine

Bush-Cheney advisor Matthew Dowd

Breakfast with Bill

Meet the Press

Sen. Pat Roberts (R., Kan.)

Sen. Jay Rockefeller (D., W.V.)

National Review founder William F. Buckley Jr.

Ron Brownstein of the Los Angeles Times

Jack Germond of the Baltimore Sun

David Broder of the Washington Post

Senate Says

Face the Nation

Sen. Pat Roberts (R., Kan.)

Sen. Jay Rockefeller (D., W.V.)

Sen. Bob Graham (D., Fla.)

Senate Says II

This Week

Sen. Trent Lott (R., Miss.)

Sen. Dianne Feinstein (D., Calif.)

Sen. Lindsey Graham (R., S.C.)

Sen. Mary Landrieu (D., La.)

Ex-Rep. John Kasich (R., Ohio)

Check-in with Lynne

Late Edition

Lynne Cheney

Gov. Tom Vilsack (D., Iowa)

Most Popular


Stick a Fork in O’Rourke

If, as I wrote last week here, Joe Biden may save the Democratic party from a horrible debacle at the polls next year, Beto O’Rourke may be doing the whole process a good turn now. Biden, despite his efforts to masquerade as the vanguard of what is now called progressivism, is politically sane and, if ... Read More

Ivy-League Schools Wither

A  number of liberal bastions are daily being hammered — especially the elite university and Silicon Valley. A Yale and a Stanford, or Facebook and Google, assume — for the most part rightly — that each is so loudly progressive that the public, federal and state regulators, and politicians would of ... Read More

In Defense of the Electoral College

Senator Elizabeth Warren has joined a growing chorus within the Democratic party in calling for the abolition of the Electoral College. Speaking at a forum in Mississippi on Monday night, Warren said that she hoped to ensure that “every vote matters” and proposed that “the way we can make that happen is ... Read More