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  • John Dickerson: Obama flip-flops on photo ops

    The consensus has formed: President Obama should have visited the border to take a firsthand look at the influx of Central American migrants. Democratic Reps. Luis Gutierrez, Ill., Beto O'Rourke, Texas, and Henry Cuellar, Texas, said so over the past week. Democratic political celebrity Wendy Davis, who is running to be governor of Texas, said so, too. Washington Post Editorial Page Editor Fred Hiatt includes the blunder in his list of sins that calls for a reshuffling of the top staffers in his administration.
  • 18 years of school, and now I'm an over-educated nanny

     18 years of school, and now I'm an over-educated nanny
    "Emily, would you please put a bowl of water on the floor so I can drink like a dog?" It was a sweet and funny request, and I was happy to do it. But it was also a reminder, once again, that I work for a 4-year-old. You've probably heard about the...

    Davis, Democrats sneak past inconvenient realities of abortion

    Wendy Davis, a Democratic state senator running to replace Rick Perry as governor of Texas, owes her political stardom to two things: a pair of pink sneakers and her unstinting support for a woman's right to terminate a late-term pregnancy in a...

    Don't let 'Mitt' fool you into regretting your vote for Obama

    Don't let 'Mitt' fool you into regretting your vote for Obama
    Mitt Romney, once the presidential nominee Republicans hoped would unseat President Obama, is now nothing more than a Netflix Original, the star of the recent political redemption documentary “Mitt.” Following Romney from his first family...

    Rocker Ted Nugent stirs controversy in Texas governor's race

    Kids say the darnedest things. Grown-ups, too. Otherwise, what would fill all those hours of reality TV? How could we possibly survive the dreaded work function without the benefit of an occasional indiscretion to enliven the forced merriment? We may...