The legend of Bagger Castro

Opinion | Rick Robinson
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The PGA calls a penalty on itself

WeinerSpitzer: A new portmanteau for Webster's

Opinion | Rick Robinson
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’1. /noun/ an elected public official with no sense of remorse or shame. 2. /verb/ the unexplainable phenomenon of a disgraced former official rising in opinion polls’

2014 Winter Olympics: Let Snowden carry the flag

Opinion | Rick Robinson
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Lindsey Graham’s call to boycott the Sochi games is pointless.

A sequestration soliloquy

Opinion | Rick Robinson

With sincere apologies to Bill Shakespeare.

Government regulation of banjos works to curb Bluegrass violence

Opinion | Rick Robinson

Banjo-control laws have saved hundreds of thousands of lives.

Should Barry Bonds be in the Hall of Fame?

Opinion | Rick Robinson

Bonds says he’ll be ‘very sad’ if he isn’t inducted.

A world without polls

Opinion | Rick Robinson

Hurricane Sandy has made it difficult for pollsters to poll.

Searching for 'Undecided' in Ohio

Opinion | Rick Robinson

The state’s undecided voters are disproportionately young, white, working class and female.

The top 10 campaign-ending political gaffes in modern US history

Opinion | Rick Robinson

Todd Akin isn’t alone.

Why Rob Portman scares Brian Williams (and the left)

Opinion | Rick Robinson

He’s boring but competent.

The Fast and Furious chess match

Feature:Opinion | Rick Robinson

In some ways, Fast and Furious is worse than Watergate.

Not guilty?

Opinion | Rick Robinson

How the verdicts in the John Edwards and Roger Clemens trials reflect the dour mood of the electorate.

The War on Slurpees is destined to fail

Opinion | Rick Robinson

Governments are ill-equipped to change the daily conduct of their citizens.

Searching for Uncommitted

Opinion | Rick Robinson

What President Obama’s poor showing in Tuesday’s Kentucky primary means for November.

Not-so-secret servicing

Opinion | Rick Robinson

The 10 greatest sex scandals in American political history.

Ellen DeGeneres & Barry Goldwater: Conservatism's odd couple

Opinion | Rick Robinson

If he were alive today, Goldwater would stand up for DeGeneres in her dispute with One Million Moms.

Is Stephen Colbert channeling his inner Pat Paulsen?

Opinion | Rick Robinson

Some people are taking Colbert’s presidential campaign too seriously.

Going old school with Fidel and Raul

Opinion | Rick Robinson

When tyrants need a break from the day-to-day grind, they head to Havana.

Government-sponsored comedy routine is no joke

Feature:Opinion | Rick Robinson

The State Department is paying for three Indian-American comedians to tell jokes in India.

French toast torture and tater tot inhumanity

Opinion | Rick Robinson

What I discovered at the Boone County Jail, the epicenter of America’s “human rights crisis.”