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  • Dick Cheney, always wrong

    He said Saddam Hussein had "reconstituted nuclear weapons."  He said Saddam was working with al-Qaida. He predicted U.S. troops occupying Iraq would be "greeted as liberators." Six months in to the occupation, after things went bad, he said there was...
  • Quayle hunting

    Quayle hunting
    GOP presidential hopeful Mitt Romney faces questions of why he and his staff spent about $100,000 on new computer hard drives at the end of his term as governor of Massachusetts. Romney’s staff also deleted emails and other electronic documents...
  • Komen controversy puts Maryland native in spotlight

    Komen controversy puts Maryland native in spotlight
    As the funding controversy swirled around Susan G. Komen for the Cure this week, much of the criticism was directed not at the group's chief executive but at a Maryland native who serves as a senior policy adviser. Karen Handel, who faced a hard-luck...
  • Latest salvo fired in 'Mommy Wars'

    Virtually everything said and done in a presidential election year distorts the truth, much like concave and convex mirrors in a carnival attraction alter one's true reflection. That kind of distortion occurred in the recent dustup over whether women who...
  • Romney's limited victories

    Romney's limited victories
    After winning six Super Tuesday state contests -- the primaries in Ohio, Massachusetts, Vermont and Virginia, and the Idaho and Alaska caucuses -- Mitt Romney has reason to crow. Instead, he may be asking himself: If this is victory, what must defeat feel...
  • McCain's debatable strategy

    McCain's debatable strategy
    John McCain faced a hard choice Wednesday evening: He could conduct his final debate with Barack Obama on the high plane of principle and risk losing the election, or he could engage in personal acrimony and risk destroying his argument that, for him,...
  • What's in the teen pregnancy pact's fine print?

    Today's question: Is the so-called Gloucester teen-pregnancy pact an anomaly, an indication of something wrong with modern parenting or something else? Kerry Howley and Kay Hymowitz debate the politics of children. Later this week, they'll discuss...
  • How will Cheney go down in history?

    How will Cheney go down in history?
    Today's question: The office of vice president has been regarded as mostly ceremonial. How much (for better or worse) has Dick Cheney changed that? Previously, Edwards and Lichtman digested the candidates' vice president picks. Cheney: a cautionary...
  • Vice president: a split-ticket vote?

    Vice president: a split-ticket vote?
    The question of Gov. Sarah Palin's presidential qualifications just won't go away. With the denunciations mounting, it seems likely that in a head-to-head election against the Democrats' vice presidential choice, Sen. Joe Biden, Palin would lose. And...
  • Biden, an impressive choice for VP

    In choosing a running mate, every presidential candidate insists that he is seeking above all someone who could serve as president at a moment's notice. Often that assertion is patently preposterous. With his choice of Joe Biden, Barack Obama can make...
  • McCain's gamble on Palin

    Apresidential candidate waging a tough campaign decides to shake up the contest by choosing an obscure female politician as his running mate, hoping that the historic choice will provide an advantage against the other party's all-male ticket. That's a...