A mashup of every presidential campaign ad from 1952 to 2012
Opponents of the design for the proposed national memorial to Eisenhower won a major victory
Ken Salazar asks the Eisenhower Memorial Commission to stop moving forward with their plan until he can review the proposal
Congressional opposition to proposed Eisenhower Memorial design grows ahead of Friday hearing
‘We were under the impression that the design that Mr. Gehry put together was kind of a work in progress’
MSNBC host favors 1950s Eisenhower Republicanism, argues government set union rules ‘calls into question the whole idea of conservatism’
Neoconservatives are dead wrong on the historical roots of conservatism.
It’s time to separate the wheat from the chaff of the conservative movement.
Fifty years after it was delivered, President Eisenhower’s farewell address is as relevant as ever.
The U.S. military has been down this path before. Our leaders should follow the example set by Dwight Eisenhower.
Rise of the 'Birchers' - TheDC
Having tied itself to the Tea Party movement, the John Birch Society makes a modern-day resurgence
While fellow Democrats’ approval ratings are low and the party is at risk of losing its grip on Congress, Bill and Hillary Clinton are thriving
Why presidents’ parties typically fare poorly in midterm elections, and why President Obama is making a mistake by firing up his base.
Obama's green industrial complex - TheDC
Silicon Valley firm Kleiner Perkins and the crony capitalism behind the government’s investments in green businesses
TheDC's 50 Best Colleges, 20-11 - TheDC
The continuation of TheDC’s Definitive Ranking includes the alma maters of a few American generals, both military and surgeon
Robert Gates may in the future leave the Pentagon with the moniker, ‘Bob the Belt-Tightener’ for his courage to champion responsible spending as Defense Secretary
LWCF is a program that works. It provides critical funding for open space and places to play that are available to all citizens, which in turn pays dividends in high quality of life, good health, and local economic activity
Until polls begin to show widespread disapproval of the president’s golfing ways, we can expect to see more drives and putts
After listening to Obama’s BP speech, I don’t think it is out of the realm of possibility that one could hear the faint whispers of Rahm Emanuel saying “you never want a crisis to go to waste.”