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Adios, Presidente
What Hugo Chávez's obituaries revealed
March 08, 2013

Parsing the many obituaries of Hugo Chávez

The Dangerous Logic of the Bradley Manning Case
March 01, 2013

The case of Bradley Manning is not just about a soldier who slipped documents to WikiLeaks. Prosecutors have embraced a logic that could apply the death penalty to civilans who leak to the New York Times.

Scenes from the Conservative Bunker
The National Review summit's message: Obama is out to "annihilate" the GOP
January 27, 2013

The message to the several hundred disconsolate attendees: Obama is out to "annihilate" the GOP.

Davos Frets About Elites
January 23, 2013

Davos faces the most pressing global challenge of the day: How to protect the elites from everybody else.

The Kick-the-Can Cliche Has Been Kicked Around for Decades
January 18, 2013

Can we please stop abusing this poor can already?

Tim Scott's Rise Is Because of His Talent, Not His Race
December 22, 2012

The new senator from South Carolina has a knack for being everything to everyone.

Boehner’s Plan B Didn’t Fix Our Budget's Biggest Problem—But Neither Will Obama’s
December 21, 2012

Both plans jeopardize America's ability to invest in its future.

"Zero Dark Thirty" Has All the Depth of a John Wayne Movie
December 21, 2012

Chastain's character has the depth and personality of a placard, but if you like World War II films, you’ll enjoy this.

Susan Rice Isn’t Going Quietly
December 20, 2012

BY THE TIME Susan Rice withdrew her name from the running for secretary of state earlier this month, she had emerged in the media as one of Washington’s most nefarious personalities.

Bret Easton Ellis, Twitter Psycho
December 20, 2012

Is his social-media presence performance art, or just a bored guy looking for attention?

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