The Washington Post

Foodies-in-Chief
October 03, 2012

What was Bill Clinton doing at Roberta’s? And does Mitt Romney really eat at “ethnic food joints”?

Foodies-in-Chief
October 03, 2012

What was Bill Clinton doing at Roberta's? And does Mitt Romney really eat at "neighborhood ethnic joints"?

Mitt’s Most Human Quality: Insufferable Cheapness
October 02, 2012

Mitt Romney won't hire a contractor or pay 99 cents for an iPad app. And that's supposed to make people vote for him?

Daily Breakdown: Obama's Bounce Cascades Across Battleground States
September 26, 2012

Obama's national advantage is buttressed by a lead in states worth 348 electoral votes.

Nobody Likes Mitt
September 13, 2012

If Romney loses, it’ll be because voters don't like him. That doesn't mean they're being superficial.

Daily Breakdown: Conflicting Signals About Obama's Standing With Likely Voters
September 12, 2012

The tracking polls showed Obama remaining at elevated levels, but the Washington Post threw a wrench into a clear assessment of the race:   The Washington Post showed Obama leading by 1 point among likely voters but 6 points among registered voters, a bounce of 3 points among likely voters and 7 points among registered voters. As a result, the gap between registered and likely voters actually widened after the DNC, presumably because Obama only swayed the views of unlikely voters without convincing them to turnout on his behalf.

Washington Times: Messiah? Who, Moon?
September 04, 2012

The other obits all said Rev. Moon called himself the messiah. Why did his own Washington Times leave that out?

OK, Ryan. Let’s Talk About Janesville And the Auto Industry.
August 30, 2012

Paul Ryan wants to talk about the auto industry? Let's do it. It may be the single best argument for Obama's reelection.

It’s Time to Retire the Late-Night TV Wars
August 23, 2012

Why do we still care about the timeline of late-night TV programming?

In Defense of Paul Ryan’s Ill-Fitting Clothing
August 16, 2012

Paul Ryan's ill-fitting suits, contrary to critical opinion, are actually a smart political move.

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