CNN contributor and former Clinton adviser notes conservatives have a problem with Romney, but says they will eventually have to accept him as the nominee
‘Tonight Romney was successful in buying his way to victory’
What should we cut? - TheDC
The Daily Caller asked pundits, policy analysts and activists which federal department or agency they’d most like to see cut. Here’s what they said.
Will Obama rise to the occasion or merely kick the can down the road?
Bring your poker face - TheDC
Janet Napolitano’s Department of Homeland Security misses second deadline in Rep. Darrell Issa’s Oversight investigation
Some thoughts on the events of the past week, and an idea for how to tone down the political rhetoric in this country.
Rough Seas Ahead - TheDC
Budget and debt fights in 2011 will eclipse Obama’s lame duck wins
Presidential trigonometry - TheDC
Triangulation looks to be a tougher route for Obama than Clinton
Rep. Darrell Issa and his fellow GOP committee chairmen in the House will have subpoena power come January
Intelligent, articulate and perceptive, Stewart nonetheless cannot commit himself to expressing what he considers the true, the good and the beautiful.
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
Democrats hope to gain by tying GOP candidates to former Alaska governor
The Blame Game - TheDC
Is Obama’s Boehner strategy aimed at the midterms, or at the post-election landscape?
Many Party officials are livid because, as they see it, Republicans have likely lost what was an easy pickup of Joe Biden’s old Senate sea
Tea Party Takeover - TheDC
Grassroots candidate shocks establishment GOP candidate in Del
Opponents of the Obama administration’s agenda said they are shifting their attention away from the legislative arena and toward the regulatory field of battle
Obama and Democrats continue to use the argument that Republicans want to return to Bush-style policies as a strategy going into November
Rahmism resurgent in wake of oil spill - The Daily Caller
W.H. strategy on climate and energy reminiscent of famous quote by Chief of Staff Rahm Emanuel
He saw it coming, I’ve got to admit it.
We are as different as we can be, Tucker Carlson and I. He is a Protestant, libertarian, elitist conservative. I am a Catholic, communitarian, populist Democrat. And yet I have to tip my hat to him. Tucker predicted the winter of our discontent more accurately than all the president’s pollsters and all the president’s men.
Sen. Al Franken ripped into White House senior adviser David Axelrod this week during a tense, closed-door session with Senate Democrats