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The Annotated Frank Rich Archive

September 30, 2013
It’s Hard to Hate Rand Paul

The junior senator from Kentucky would be an appalling right-wing president, and yet he is a valuable politician: a man of conviction, and a visitation from a post-Obama political future.

August 12, 2013
Lobby Heroes

A history of bipartisan hires at Quinn Gillespie, as told through press releases and contemporaneous coverage.

August 12, 2013
The Capital’s Oldest Profession

In 1951, journalists Jack Lait and Lee Mortimer wrote Washington Confidential, a dishy guide to D.C. and its denizens. the book sold 2 million copies. Here, a condensed excerpt.

August 12, 2013
The Stench of the Potomac

Washington may be a dysfunctional place to govern, but it’s working better than ever as a marketplace for cashing in. And that’s thanks, more than anything, to the Democratic Establishment.

July 8, 2013
Terms of Engagement
July 8, 2013
Will Smith Already Played Edward Snowden

Enemy of the State screenwriter David Marconi says he warned us about the NSA fifteen years ago.

July 8, 2013
When Privacy Jumped The Shark

Note to Edward Snowden and his worrywarts in the press: Spying is only spying when the subject doesn’t want to be watched.

June 3, 2013
Your Pal, Clayton

Two letters from Chicago.

June 3, 2013
Ancient Gay History

… is really just yesterday. My surrogate parent Clayton Coots was one of countless closeted men who didn’t live long enough to see this moment.

May 13, 2013
The Loneliness of the Black Republican

“Conservative black chick” blogger Crystal Wright on the GOP’s failed minority outreach.

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