Jonathan Martin, newly arrived at the Grey Lady from the Tiger Beat on the Potomac, caused quite a stir with his piece yesterday noting the emerging outlines of the Republican case against Hillary Clinton, should she run for president in 2016: to pai
Be Less Excited About Hillary Clinton’s Twitter, Please
June 11, 2013
Hillary Clinton joined Twitter on Monday. The political press and the feminist Twittersphere (many of whom moonlight as semiprofessional Hillary groupies) all but had to sit on their hands to contain their excitement.
A Hillary Clinton 2016 Landslide? Don't Count On It
May 30, 2013
Polls show she has a huge lead—but it is likely to shrink when she jumps into the race.
The Hillary Clinton Movie: The Winners and Losers
May 20, 2013
We've read the screenplay for the upcoming Hillary Clinton biopic. It's full of political notables. So who comes off looking best?
Cheryl Mills’s Loyalty Problem
May 14, 2013
Why Hillary Clinton's right-hand woman might hurt more than help.
Field of Dreams
April 05, 2013
Hillary Clinton would not 'clear the field' for 2016.
Junior Goes to Washington
March 26, 2013
On gay marriage, political kids are calling the shots.
Marco Rubio Is Not the Republican Savior
February 18, 2013
Appealing to Latinos alone won't solve the GOP's woes.
John Kerry's Quiet Campaign Pays Off
December 22, 2012
Just like Susan Rice, Senator John Kerry was one of candidate Barack Obama’s earliest supporters, back when it was risky. The conventional wisdom was that Hillary Clinton was going to win and the people who had failed to join her would be left with tombstones for careers. (“A Clinton never forgets,” the terrified saying went.) Just like Rice, Kerry hoped for a certain, specific prize. For Rice it was national security advisor; for Kerry, secretary of state.