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Will Pelosi Be Central to a Debt Deal? Boehner might want to start researching chocolatiers.
So, Whatever Happened to That Pelosi Woman? A recent spate of articles ponder Nancy Pelosi’s diminished role and future.
What Are People Making of Sarah Palin’s E-mails? The lamestream media reacts to Palin’s e-mail exchanges.
How They’re Reacting to Obama’s Budget Speech Liberals: “Great!” Conservatives: “Biggest pile of trash ever.”
Questioning America’s Intervention in Libya Is a Bipartisan Effort From the vague exit strategy to the misplaced priorities, here’s what the political observers are worried about.
What People Didn’t Like About Obama’s State of the Union Address Where was climate change? Can you take the deficit a bit more seriously? Also, some specifics would be nice.
Advice for President Obama’s State of the Union How does he convince spending-wary America that investment is not an evil thing? How upbeat can he be about the economic recovery without seeming out of touch? Should he be bold and inspiring, or just settle for good enough?
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So, Has Sanity Been Restored? Reactions to yesterday’s rally.
Was Firing Juan Williams the Right Call? An interesting debate rages across the Internet.
Nation Generally Underwhelmed by GOP’s ‘Pledge to America’ Here’s what liberal and conservative pundits alike are saying.
Was Obama Ungracious to Bush Last Night? Or Too Gracious? What he said about Bush, and why it was either insulting or kind, depending on who you ask.
Everyone Notes the Vagueness, Unscariness of Beckapalooza God was a major topic, not Obama. But nobody is really sure what it was all about.
Vaughn Walker’s Decision: The Takes What do legal experts think will happen from here on the issue of Proposition 8?
Will Apple Recall the iPhone 4? Some PR experts think it has no choice.
Will McChrystal Get the Boot? Should He? Everyone weighs in on the big decision facing President Obama.
Beyond Disappointed Obama’s Oval Office address gets panned.
Who’s to Blame for the Mavi Marmara? The Internet debates the clash between Israeli soldiers and Palestinian peace activists.
Obama’s Tongue-Lashing of Wall Street Fails to Materialize Obama goes the cooperation route in his big speech on financial reform.
Will Obama’s Drilling Concession Win Over Republicans? Liberal pundits wonder what Obama is getting out of this, as Republicans are already not impressed.
Obama’s Spending Freeze Has Liberals, Economists Doing Spit-Takes And don’t think conservatives are the least bit impressed, either.
Corporations to Finally Get Some Influence in Politics The Supreme Court rules that corporate spending in elections is free speech that can’t be infringed upon.
The Democratic Exodus: Not Entirely Terrible for Democrats Why the party isn’t that much worse off after a string of high-profile retirements.
The Public Option Compromise: A Slippery Slope Liberals Are Happy to Slide Down Expanding Medicare to people 55 and over could set us down the path to a single-payer system, liberals hope.
It’s Hard to Get Excited About the New Afghanistan Strategy Even for supporters of escalation, Obama’s plan seems like pussyfooting.
David Brooks: New York’s Sex Diaries Show How Cell Phones Have Commoditized Dating “In today’s world, the choice of a Prius can be a more sanctified act than the choice of an erotic partner.”
So, What’s Going On in NY-23? The latest news and analysis from a surprising upstate congressional election.
Pay Czar’s Plan Getting Low Marks Is Ken Feinberg’s plan to cut Wall Street’s pay an effective smackdown, or a case of too little, too late?
Did Rush Limbaugh Deserve to Lose His NFL Bid? Or was he a victim of the vast left-wing conspiracy? Other people with blogs have opinions.
Reactions to Obama’s Peace Prize, on a Continuum of Dismissiveness Some people try to rationalize it. Others try to come up with the best way to mock it.
Obama’s Big Speech: The Punditocracy Reacts Political observers of all stripes weigh in on the speech that could make or break health-care reform. Load More