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February 22, 1999
Q: What If . . .

. . . the Republicans had been driven by a Ronald Reagan pragmatism rather than sheer Clinton hate before the impeachment debacle? A: No impeachment. No debacle.

February 1, 1999
End Run

The Republicans, like the New York Jets, kept hoping for a last-minute miracle even as Bronco Bill Clinton faced the cameras and did that voodoo that he does so well.

January 11, 1999
The Oliver Twist

If perjury is such an unforgivable sin, then how come so many Republicans treated Oliver North like a hero -- and tried to get him elected to the Senate -- after he lied to Congress?

January 11, 1999
The Oliver Twist

If perjury is such an unforgivable sin, then how come so many Republicans treated Oliver North like a hero -- and tried to get him elected to the Senate -- after he lied to Congress?

January 4, 1999
The Unnatural

On paper, Bill Bradley is a peerless presidential candidate. But in person, the former senator fumbles, stumbles, and drones. His only hope is to turn awkwardness into a political asset.

August 10, 1998
Squawking Points

News of Monica's and Bill's grand-jury testimony prompted familiar doomsaying from pundits fiercely oblivious to the fact that nobody, save perhaps Ken Starr, cares.

February 23, 1998
The Amoral Majority?

As the public rallies around the scandal-ridden president, conservatives have gotten all flustered and turned on the common folks they once claimed to champion.

February 2, 1998
Starr Struck

A prosecutor run amok, a harassment case run amok, and a president who has, well, run amok -- Kenneth Starr may have hit the jackpot, but the payout is a disaster.

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