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Reaganism Is Dead Apr. 29, 2016

Mona Charen

A longtime Republican conservative emailed me after Donald Trump's Tuesday night romp through the "A... Read More

New York's Home-State Winners Have November Problems Apr. 22, 2016

Michael Barone

Home-state candidates notched up impressive victories in New York's presidential primaries Tuesday. ... Read More

The Candidates and the Golden Calf Apr. 22, 2016

Suzanne Fields

The clever presidential candidate tries to mix politics with Passover, eager to join the Jews in cel... Read More

New York Exceptionalism and Donald Trump Apr. 19, 2016

Michael Barone

Noo Yawk. That's the state with this week's presidential primary, in which candidates who have spe... Read More

Winners or Whiners? Apr. 19, 2016

Thomas Sowell

If there is one pattern that is emerging from this year's political campaigns, it is that rhetoric b... Read More

Why Superdelegates Count Mar. 25, 2016

Susan Estrich

Every time I see a tally of the delegate race that excludes so-called "superdelegates," I have to la... Read More

Cruz Must Be the Anti-Trump Mar. 25, 2016

Mona Charen

Is there any way for Ted Cruz or John Kasich to wrest the Republican nomination from Donald Trump? W... Read More

Please Lie to Us Mar. 18, 2016

Mona Charen

"I trust in the good judgment of the American people." So said a radio host I admire (not one of the... Read More

How the West Was Shunned in Primary Politics Mar. 17, 2016

Froma Harrop

There's a not-insignificant part of the United States known as the West Coast. It includes such prom... Read More

Sorry, WSJ, but the GOP Field Must Narrow Mar. 15, 2016

David Limbaugh

It is disheartening that the Wall Street Journal editorial board, for whom I had such respect for ye... Read More

Democrats Dispirited, Republicans Hobbled by Excess of Spirit Mar. 11, 2016

Michael Barone

Bad news for both parties in the primaries and caucuses in the seven days in March following Super T... Read More

For the Establishment Mar. 11, 2016

Mona Charen

"Burn it down." That's the slogan of faux conservatives who now rejoice that the Republican Party is... Read More

Is He 'Unsuited'? Mar. 11, 2016

Susan Estrich

As the news sinks in, the editorials are starting to come. The news is that yes, it appears Donald ... Read More

It's the Delegates, Stupid Mar. 09, 2016

Susan Estrich

Whenever I hear some otherwise smart person explain to me how Joe Biden is going to march in and bec... Read More

Hillary Clinton's False Hopes Mar. 03, 2016

Judge Andrew P. Napolitano

Surely, Hillary Clinton hopes for the happy conclusion to the maddening string of primaries and cauc... Read More

How History Shapes the New Hampshire Primary Feb. 09, 2016

Michael Barone

Benning Wentworth is not a name you'll run across in New Hampshire primary coverage. But he arguably... Read More

Donald Trump: Sore Loser Feb. 05, 2016

Susan Estrich

It was the shortest speech anyone can remember him giving. He was clearly in a state of disbelief. ... Read More

After Iowa Feb. 02, 2016

William Murchison

What's going on in this country right now, as exemplified in our current politics and the results in... 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

What Are Elections For? Jan. 19, 2016

Thomas Sowell

After months of watching all sorts of political polls, we are finally just a few weeks away from act... Read More