President Obama takes responsibility for nothing. Commander-in-Chief? Pathetic. Published October 31 2012
If he wants even a chance at governing effectively, Obama needs to win both the popular and the electoral votes. The odds are against it. Published October 28 2012
Ballot initiatives in three states would make gay marriage legal; a fourth would ban it. Who's fighting this battle, and why? Published October 24 2012
For intelligent, creative ideas to America's problems, consider the third-party candidates. A good place to start is T.J. O'Hara. Published October 24 2012
Obama told Romney that military technology has moved beyond bayonets, and he was reminded in turn that attacking Romney isn't a foreign policy. That was the high point. Published October 23 2012
Did you know that there's a modern Whig Party in America? Did you know that they've endorsed T.J. O'Hara? On both counts, you should. Published October 17 2012
The vice-presidential debate was two debates: the one you heard that Biden won, and the one you saw where Biden looked deranged. Published October 11 2012
Join Communities writers Thursday at 9:00 p.m. Eastern Time to watch and discuss the debate as it happens. Published October 10 2012
President Obama, once the candidate of hope, has gotten a boost from despair. Published October 5 2012
The first presidential debate, widely expected to be close, was anything but. Obama got carried out on a stretcher. Published October 3 2012
The presidential debates are as spontaneous as a Broadway play. You might get a brilliant bit of improv here, an actor might fall on his face there, but it's all about delivery. Published October 2 2012
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