Politico's Crash Course in How Not to Write About Leadership
September 26, 2014
Washington's leaders are hardly the problem.
On Mother's Day, Clinton released an excerpt about her mother.
We applaud the effort, though.
Politico Magazine Looks Like an In-Flight Magazine
November 15, 2013
The D.C. political paper produces a magazine. Critics pounce.
What If POLITICO Had Covered the Civil War?
October 28, 2013
Playbook, Emancipation Day Edition
The Republican Fever Is Down. It Hasn't Broken Yet.
October 11, 2013
The Republican fever is starting to come down. It hasn’t broken yet.Members of the Senate GOP on Friday met with President Obama, just as House Republicans had done one day before.
Boehner Has a Plan. Or Something Like That.
October 10, 2013
House Republican leaders on Thursday morning announced that they have a new proposal and it hews to the outlines media outlets reported overnight.
The White House Promises it Wasn't Flinching
October 07, 2013
Did the White House just open the door to some kind of short-term increase in the debt limit, perhaps to allow broader negotiations over fiscal priorities? Several media outlets are reporting as much.
Obamacare Is Not the Cause of Republican Insanity
October 02, 2013
As everyone knows, when liberals are faced with rabid insanity they tend to look for root causes. Thus, I have embarked on a quest to find out why large elements of the Republican Party have completely lost their minds. One place I looked was Todd S.
Three Stories That Prove the GOP Is Screwed for Years to Come
August 16, 2013
We are in the doggiest of the dog days of summer. Congress is currently in the sleep spindles stage of a five-week nap that the public doesn't think it deserves.