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'How I Met Your Mother''s Finale Was Infuriating
April 01, 2014

The show may have learned the wrong lesson from "Lost."

Booker vs. Christie Would Be the Best Campaign of 2013 (Or Maybe Any Year)
November 19, 2012

What would happen if these two social-media kings collided in 2013?

A Middle East Cheat Sheet For Monday's Foreign Policy Debate
October 19, 2012

A dozen Middle East-related questions Bob Schieffer should ask the candidates.

Too Old To Moderate Debates?
October 18, 2012

The real difference between Raddatz-Crowley and Lehrer-Schieffer isn't gender. It's age.

How Mitt Romney’s Abortion Rhetoric Is One Big Exercise in Gaslighting
August 30, 2012

Romney says abortion isn't an important factor in the election. You got that, ladies?

My Last Best Try at Explaining the Ryan Pick
August 29, 2012

Am I the only one who’s still head-scratchingly, shoulder-shrugingly, stare-aimlessly-at-the-heavens mystified by the Paul Ryan pick? Any explanation for the selection has to grapple with Ryan's enormous liabilities: He is a congressman who’s never run for office outside his Wisconsin district. He is the author of a wildly regressive budget plan that voters soundly rejected the one time they weighed in on it.

The Networks Are Skipping Ann Romney’s Convention Speech—and That’s a Good Thing
August 23, 2012

The American people would rather watch Hawaii Five-Oh. Is that so terrible?

Portman’s Shaker Problem
August 09, 2012

One of Mitt Romney’s biggest challenges as presidential candidate may be to win public acceptance of a Protestant sect that is poorly understood by a majority of the public. Its practices, historically, have differed dramatically from those of mainline denominations, particularly during the 19th century, when its members engaged in odd sexual behavior and upended the conventional family structure.

Portman’s Shaker Problem
August 09, 2012

One of Mitt Romney’s biggest challenges as presidential candidate may be to win public acceptance of a Protestant sect that is poorly understood by a majority of the public. Its practices, historically, have differed dramatically from those of mainline denominations, particularly during the 19th century, when its members engaged in odd sexual behavior and upended the conventional family structure.

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