- February 9, 1998 | Feature
- The Frequent Liars Club
Capitol Hill is the home of the whoppers. And we're eating them up.
- October 2, 2000 | Feature
- Politics: This Year's October Surprise?
- May 8, 2000 | The National Interest
- Straight Talk Sidecar?
John McCain seems to prefer the campaign bus to his Senate seat. With a vice-presidential nod, he'll win if Bush wins. If Bush loses, he'll win even bigger.
- January 24, 2000 | The National Interest
- Hasta La Vista, Maybe
Bob Kerrey will either run for re-election or split the Senate for the New School. It takes a brave man to leave Teddy and the gang for a cozy brownstone and 22 days of vacation.
- February 7, 2000 | The National Interest
- Bradley Do-Right
Bill takes the high road as Al takes the low road -- but Al may walk off with the nomination. Too bad Candidate Bradley didn't take off the gloves sooner.
- April 24, 2000 | The National Interest
- Inconspicuous Valor
Social Security (and its imminent extinction) is a booby-trap issue politicos tend to sidestep. But Bush has feelers out to top Republicans and Democrats about reform.
- August 14, 2000 | The National Interest
- Speech Therapy
America wasn't exactly transfixed by the GOP convention, but the Philly confab did produce some worthy rhetoric -- as well as plenty of podium pentathol.
- May 22, 2000 | The National Interest
- Pray for Pain
It's an iron law of politics that a strong economy helps incumbents. But this year, George W. Bush has been messing with the rules. So is Al Gore hoping for a crash?
- August 21, 2000 | The National Interest
- Bush-League Bravery
Gore turned to Lieberman for help with his real opponents -- Clinton's legacy and his own stiffness. Did he pick a nominee so upstanding he towers over the top of the ticket?
- February 21, 2000 | The National Interest
- Dems Not Fighting Words
Liberals in Hollywood and on the Upper West Side are so beguiled by John McCain's straight talk that they don't quibble over little details -- like, for instance, that he's pro-life.