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Remember: American Politics Is Very Imitative May. 25, 2019

Mark Shields

It's a better than even bet that in Massachusetts today there is more than one ambitious young Democ... Read More

Is a Trump Court in the Making? Jul. 10, 2018

Patrick Buchanan

If Mitch McConnell's Senate can confirm his new nominee for the Supreme Court, President Donald Trum... Read More

GOP Must Move Quickly on SCOTUS Nominee to Prevent Damage in Midterms Jun. 28, 2018

Dick Morris

As welcome as is the chance to appoint another staunch conservative to the Supreme Court to replace ... Read More

Labor Thuggery at the Supreme Court Feb. 28, 2018

Betsy McCaughey

Organized labor took off the gloves Monday, warning the justices of the U.S. Supreme Court that free... Read More

Clinton Voter? Trump Fan? Let's Have a Cookie! Feb. 09, 2017

Lenore Skenazy

Want to start an argument? No? Well, that's strange. Seems as if arguing is right up there with eati... Read More

Those Were the Days on Nantucket Sound Nov. 25, 2016

Jamie Stiehm

The new memoir about the Kennedys, "The Nine of Us," is a lyrical looking glass into a time that fee... Read More

Paper 'Profits' Raise Serious Collectible Concerns Sep. 04, 2014

Treasure Hunt

In 1999, the U.S. Mint struck gold when it released the first coin in their "50 State Quarters" coin... Read More

A Few Valuable Collector Updates Apr. 10, 2014

Treasure Hunt

In the past few weeks, there have been loads of things going on with key collectibles — some o... Read More

On Our Highest Court, a Former Lobbyist Guts Campaign Finance Reform Apr. 04, 2014

Joe Conason

For a large and bipartisan majority of Americans, the increasing power of money in politics is deepl... Read More

The War on Poverty at 50 Jan. 07, 2014

William Murchison

With the 50th anniversary of the war on poverty at hand, the New York Times undertook a guided tour ... Read More

Nixon and Kennedy: The Myths and Reality Nov. 19, 2013

Patrick Buchanan

Had there been no Dallas, there would been no Camelot. There would have been no John F. Kennedy as ... Read More

Jack Kennedy, The Last Wooden-Floor President Nov. 18, 2013

Marc Dion

When President John F. Kennedy died, the wooden floors started to disappear. People still have wood... Read More