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February Clarifies Both Parties' Nomination Races Feb. 23, 2016

Michael Barone

In 2008, Barack Obama's great victories in February primaries — Georgia, Illinois, Maryland, V... Read More

Suggested Cruz Campaign Reboot: Show, Don't Tell Feb. 23, 2016

David Limbaugh

I don't believe I've ever presumed to offer unsolicited advice on campaign strategy to a presidentia... Read More

A Growth Message, Not Catfights, Will Propel the GOP to November Victory Feb. 20, 2016

Lawrence Kudlow

In the week leading up to the New Hampshire primary, a few GOP candidates put forth strong, positive... Read More

Republican Self-Sabotage Feb. 19, 2016

Mona Charen

The latest CBS poll suggests that the Donald Trump juggernaut continues to roll, with 35 percent of ... Read More

Put Puppy-Whistle Politics on a Leash Feb. 18, 2016

Froma Harrop

In politics, the "dog whistle" is coded language designed to delight a targeted subgroup and pass ov... Read More

Calling All Millennials Feb. 17, 2016

Connie Schultz

What are millennials thinking? Every year, Beloit College offers a glimpse with its "mindset list,"... Read More

Some Sage Advice for Hillary Clinton Feb. 11, 2016

Froma Harrop

I come not to rebuke Hillary Clinton, who remains by far the most capable presidential candidate. I ... Read More

Republicans Can Get More Black Votes Feb. 10, 2016

Star Parker

The 2012 presidential election delivered a wake-up call to the Republican Party to improve communica... Read More

Cracking the Code of Campaign-Speak Feb. 06, 2016

Mark Shields

"Do you ever get the feeling," asked humorist Robert Orben, "that the only reason we have elections ... Read More

Missing From Both Parties' Candidates' Campaigns: Work Jan. 29, 2016

Michael Barone

From someone whose title is senior political analyst you might be expecting a forecast of who will w... Read More

President or Divider in Chief? Jan. 29, 2016

Linda Chavez

I'm trying to wrap my mind around what it will mean if Donald Trump wins the Iowa caucuses in a few ... Read More

Iowa: Hardly Anybody Votes, but Everybody Worries Jan. 27, 2016

Roger Simon

In politics, it is the small things that count. In Iowa politics, it is the tiny things that count. ... Read More

4 New Yorkers for President? Jan. 26, 2016

Froma Harrop

Many Americans used to regard New York City as a bankrupt foreign vessel docked on their Atlantic co... Read More

What Matters in Politics -- And What Doesn't Jan. 26, 2016

William Murchison

My friends and fellow Americans: This Trump thing we're all chewing to death like a dog with a dishr... Read More

What's a Party For? Jan. 26, 2016

Mona Charen

What is a political party? By the intensity of internecine conflict among Republicans, you might con... Read More

Political Pawns for the Democrats Jan. 22, 2016

Linda Chavez

The Supreme Court decided this week to take up the Obama administration's unilateral executive actio... Read More

Republicans Need Their Own Bernie Sanders in 2016 Jan. 20, 2016

Star Parker

As the political landscape started to crystallize at the onset of the 2012 election, I wrote a colum... Read More

The Republican Race Heats Up While Hillary Clinton Falters Jan. 19, 2016

Michael Barone

The race for president is accelerating in high gear, or, rather, the races for president — i... Read More

How Dumb Do They Think We Are? Jan. 15, 2016

Susan Estrich

Like him or hate him, you have to agree that Ted Cruz, graduate of Princeton and Harvard Law, Suprem... Read More

Ideas, Inclusion and Inspiration Jan. 14, 2016

Jackie Gingrich Cushman

While members of the news media and Democrats paint Republicans as the party of angry old white men,... Read More