Published January 24, 2011
This year the president has one overarching mission with his State of the Union address. Having already jump-started his 2012 campaign he will want to convince the majority of the country that the post-November Mr. Obama is the real Mr. Obama.
Published January 13, 2011
Could Indiana's Mitch Daniels address our country’s current ills without resorting to scapegoats? A study of his tenure as governor suggests that he could.
Published December 22, 2010
Do not be fooled by Mr. Obama’s feints to the center.
Published December 16, 2010
Reasons for hope abound. Maybe it's just the season but I sense recovery in the land.
Published December 09, 2010
President Obama could have presented this stimulus package as a win for an administration determined to rebuild our economy. Instead, he emerges defeated.
Published December 03, 2010
Like Carter, President Obama arrived in Washington naively convinced that he could woo the despots of the world by dint of his winning personality.
Published November 24, 2010
In the next election, if Republicans don’t appear capable of moving forward, they will get chucked overboard as well—you can count on it.
Published November 17, 2010
A stunning about face from a New York Times columnist...
Published November 11, 2010
The two men leading the Deficit Reduction Commission have produced a game plan that creates waves and shatters some glass. Good for them. Our president should embrace their plan
Published November 03, 2010
Newbies just elected had better pay heed. The country is fed up and wants action. So what should our new Congress do?