Politics & Policy

February 5, 2006

Boehner Day

Fox News Sunday

House Majority Leader John Boehner

National Intelligence Deputy Director Gen. Michael Hayden

Boehner Day II

Meet the Press

House Majority Leader John Boehner

Sen. Arlen Specter (R., Pa.)

John Harwood of the Wall Street Journal

Ron Brownstein of the Los Angeles Times

Jeff in Session

Face the Nation

Sen. Jeff Sessions (R., Ala.)

Sen. Patrick Leahy (D., Vt.)

Listening In

This Week

National Intelligence Deputy Director Gen. Michael Hayden

RNC Chair Ken Mehlman

Having a Bowl

Late Edition

Afghanistan President Hamid Karzai

Sen. Barbara Boxer (D., Calif.)

Rep. Duncan Hunter (R., Calif.)

Ex-Iraq Prime Minister Iyad Allawi

Saudi Ambassador Prince Turki Al-Faisal

Pittsburgh Mayor Bob O’Connor

Seattle Mayor Greg Nickels

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Elections

About That ‘Broken Algorithm’

Of all the loopy assertions made at the press conference President Trump’s legal team conducted last Thursday, the one that has been most roundly derided is the since-ousted Sidney Powell’s claim that the national popular vote was such a landslide for President Trump “that it broke the algorithm that had ... Read More
The Economy

Here Comes the Biden Blame Game

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The Economy

Here Comes the Biden Blame Game

During the eight years that President Obama and his team managed the economy, Americans were regularly assured that the president’s Keynesian policies would deliver striking growth in the years ahead. The growth repeatedly failed to materialize, and what followed was a master class in blamesmanship. No matter ... Read More