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Clinton's Budget Blowout Dec. 08, 2015

Stephen Moore

Hillary Clinton seems to be in a race with Bernie Sanders to see who can spend and borrow the most t... Read More

The State of Play in the Republican Race Dec. 04, 2015

Michael Barone

There are just eight-and-a-half weeks to go until the Iowa caucuses, with two of those weeks devoted... Read More

Which Party Will Emerge From Its Gathering Storm? Nov. 24, 2015

Michael Barone

Each of our two political parties, ancient by world standards, seems to be facing a gathering storm.... Read More

From Outsider to Establishment Leader, Rubio "Trumps" Bush Nov. 12, 2015

Matt Towery

Saint Petersburg, Fla. — The best debate this year may have passed the moniker of "GOP establi... Read More

Why Is Trump Still Talking? Nov. 11, 2015

Connie Schultz

When the Republican presidential debate began Tuesday evening in Milwaukee, I was still in my car he... Read More

Hurray for CNBC Oct. 30, 2015

Mona Charen

Jeb Bush's campaign may be mortally wounded. Limping in the polls despite his massive war chest, he ... Read More

Between Rigged Debates and Debt-Ceiling Deals, Conservatives Can't Get a Break Oct. 29, 2015

Matt Towery

I watched Neil Cavuto on Fox News recently as he was discussing efforts to raise the debt ceiling ag... Read More

Why Ben Carson Is Flying High Oct. 28, 2015

Star Parker

Americans are now in a historically long period of distrust and dissatisfaction regarding their gove... Read More

Biden Decision Leaves Both Parties in Disarray Oct. 23, 2015

Michael Barone

Joe Biden has made it official: He is not running for the 2016 Democratic presidential nomination. I... Read More

Really, Could It Be Trump? Oct. 21, 2015

Susan Estrich

For months I've been telling everyone who brings it up to calm down about the summer infatuation wit... Read More

Democrats' Debate: No Solution for Economic Inequality, No Interest in Economic Growth Oct. 20, 2015

Michael Barone

You may not have noticed, but Lincoln Chafee, the erstwhile Republican U.S. senator and Independent-... Read More

Ben Carson: Clear and Present Danger? Oct. 15, 2015

Larry Elder

Dr. Ben Carson, now second in most polls for the Republican presidential nomination, naturally finds... Read More

Sanders Sails Through Debate Oct. 15, 2015

Jackie Gingrich Cushman

For those who waited for presumed Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton to implode at the ... Read More

Serious Political Instability Could Threaten Economy and Nation in Coming Year Oct. 15, 2015

Matt Towery

Consider this: The recent Democratic presidential debate veered so leftward that in no way did it re... Read More

Post-Debate Questions for the Democrat Candidates Oct. 15, 2015

Laura Hollis

There are so many responses one might have to the fallacies and fictions spouted at Tuesday evening'... Read More

Are Both Parties Incapable of Governing? Oct. 13, 2015

Michael Barone

Important parts of our two great political parties seem bent on demonstrating that their parties are... Read More

Clinton's Leftward Tack on Immigration and Guns Has Risks for November Oct. 09, 2015

Michael Barone

You win the presidency, Richard Nixon supposedly observed, by tacking to the right in the primaries ... Read More

It Ain't Funny, Hillary Oct. 09, 2015

Suzanne Fields

While the Donald tries to overcome his reputation as an over-the-top television entertainer so he mi... Read More

Matter of Trust Oct. 08, 2015

Jackie Gingrich Cushman

If you have ever worked in a place where you don't trust your co-workers, you understand how that ca... Read More

Republicans Should Court Black Voters With Traditional Values Oct. 07, 2015

Star Parker

An ongoing point of contention in the Republican Party has been the extent to which clear identifica... Read More