As a culture, we seem to be in an apocalyptic moment. Judging from the movie trailers, it looks like the human race is basically screwed this summer in After Earth, World War Z, and This Is the End—a comedy!—while Washington …
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Obama should cave on tax hikes to achieve his other goals.
Even though Rep. Paul Ryan’s newest 10-year spending plan balances the budget, he still doesn’t really care about the deficit.
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If we’re in a war to stop global warming, then we need to fight it on the beaches, the landing zones, and the carbon-spewing tar sands of Alberta.
How far is Rubio willing to bend to cut a deal few of his supporters want with a president most of his supporters despise?
The response to the State of the Union is a lousy assignment. Considering the circumstances, Florida senator Marco Rubio did OK.
There was a lot of interesting feedback about my Marco Rubio cover story, most of it about stuff that wasn’t in the story. The writer responds.