In Part One of this series, published on Monday, I used the word “Watergate” seven times, openly comparing the scandalous Obama administration to the scandalous Nixon administration. I didn’t know the half of it. Just hours after Part One ran, we all
Sometimes little things crack open and reveal big things. For example, what started as a small dispute–over the historical record of a presidential speech from four decades ago–has now metastasized into a raging controversy over a new book about Roger
The subject of why Mitt Romney lost is so interesting that I will divide my analysis into two parts: first, on Romney the candidate, and second, on Romney the campaign CEO. Sorry, Mitt, whether you want to admit it or
In the “fiscal cliff” negotiations, the Republicans are in desperate need of a game-changer. That is, the current dynamics in Washington DC are so bad right now for Republicans that they are likely to go off a political cliff. President Obama and
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America is in deep trouble. Everyone realizes it, even people who just voted for “four more years” in the recent election. A Rasmussen poll from August found that just 14 percent of Americans think that America’s children will be better off than
The October Surprise in 2010 At 4:22 p.m. on Friday, October 29, 2010, President Barack Obama stepped into the James S. Brady Press Briefing Room at the White House and announced some startling news: Two bombs, hidden inside printer cartridges,
Winning the Battle vs. Winning the War Sometimes you can win the battle and yet still lose the war–and that could well be the story of Barack Obama in his third debate against Mitt Romney. On points, Obama won the
Mitt Romney is now ahead in most national polls, confounding all the Beltway geniuses who had been eagerly trying to shovel dirt on his political grave for the past few months. And the state-by-state polls tell the same story: Romney is
Mitt Romney could win this thing, no thanks to his campaign. And Obama could lose this thing, because he doesn’t seem to be connected to his campaign. Over the last few months, the Obama re-election machine has spent hundreds of
Mitt Romney is not going to win the White House if he doesn’t speak in plain terms about the true nature of this election campaign. That is, if Romney doesn’t stand up and point out the obvious–that he’s not
It’s hard to know which is worse: the arrogance of the Obama administration in assuming that its White House staffers can get away with anything, or the apathy of the media in not holding those staffers accountable. Actually, let’s scratch
On Labor Day, 1980, Jimmy Carter’s presidential re-election campaign was ahead by 4 points. On November 4, 1980, the incumbent lost by 10 points. As I learned firsthand back then, a lot can happen in two months. Today, as
What if, during the gathering-storm decade of the 1930s, a senior White House aide in the Franklin D. Roosevelt administration had been found to have taken big money from a company dealing closely with the Nazis? Would it would have
So is David Axelrod now in charge of the investigation into the May-June leaks that have jeopardized our troops and undermined our national security in what is arguably the single greatest breach of sensitive national security information in the modern
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