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The Master

Since its publication last October, Charles Krauthammer’s Things That Matter has been a runaway bestseller. As of this writing, it has spent 17 weeks on the New York Times bestseller ...

The Silver Lining of Bridgegate?

The most interesting thing about Chris Christie is that it is not possible to have lukewarm feelings about him. They’re hot or cold, sometimes both together. At the moment, that ...

What Goes Around, Comes Around

Hillary Rodham famously began her career after Yale Law School, working on Capitol Hill, as a young staff attorney on the Watergate Committee. She was known to feel deep, person ...

A Small Hispanic Immigration Quibble

While I am sure that many Hispanic voters are concerned that their illegal family and friends may be deported, and might therefore wish for a general amnesty, I’d bet against ...

Lessons Learned

Candidate Mitt Romney projected maturity, decency, personal rectitude, leadership, and greater real intelligence than anyone who has run for the presidency in living memory. He’s a stand-up guy, and a ...

Abortion?

It may well have come down to the women’s vote and the abortion-centric campaign run by the Obamaites, if Fox’s reading of exit polls is correct. Democrats were serious about ...

Reasons Mitt Needs to Win

I hate this nail-biter thing. I have already bitten my nails. I have been hoping for and counting on a Romney victory for a list of reasons, including that it ...

Lessons from Experience in Sex and Politics

Was it only last week, pre-Sandy, that the Obama campaign ran the generally smutty, unpleasantly manipulative political ad featuring Lena Dunham, called “First Time,” which attempted to conflate a young ...