Paul Ryan keeps pretending his imaginary plan to help the uninsured is real.
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Pethokoukis's latest project is to deny — or quasi-deny, or muddy the waters, depending on the day — the fact of rising income inequality.
What happens when an unpopular incumbent meets a hated opponent?
Romney was promising behind closed doors to essentially act as a sleeper agent within the Republican Party.
Trying to understand the Cain phenomenon as an expression either of racism or of anti-racism is a dead end.
Rand Paul is afraid a joke like “What’s the deal with airline food?” could get him slapped with a sexual harassment suit?
Pay teachers badly and you’ll get a lot of bad teachers.
Cain is not actually making anybody nervous, save perhaps his female underlings.
"I happen to have Mr. McLuhan right here."
Republicans want to believe that Americans are voting for their party because they agree with it, not just because the other party was in office during an economic free fall.
They don't love him in a president kind of way.
The critics said the series was a pure act of willful bias, a Michigan native (me) abusing his perch to smear an entire state out of misplaced passion rooted in a college football rivalry.
You paint the other party as intransigent by making highly reasonable offers that they’ll turn down — because they’re completely intransigent. What a devious ploy!
Don’t confuse Paul Ryan with the facts.
Rick Perry sets out to demonstrate that he is well and truly a nutter.
People don’t like firing police officers and teachers? Fine, just call them “union workers.”
“We were always kind to everyone,” he told us. “Except the Japanese,” I joked.
The president was expected to do well on domestic politics and struggle with foreign affairs.
An Occupy Wall Street conspiracy so vast
Not long ago, with Democrats out of power, France was the symbol of everything Republicans hated.