Advice for critics of the president-elect when they feel themselves sliding towards irrational rage.
It took Joe Wurzelbacher to bring some passion to the race.
Palin's debate performance proved yet again that she is able to raise the level of her game when it matters most.
The presidential race is a marathon — and stamina is becoming an issue.
It's not the fact that Hillary lost — it's how she lost.
Bill Clinton has slipped up several times during the campaign, hurting his wife's chances for the nomination. Was it deliberate? Or merely hubris?
Some Democrats are scrambling to re-position themselves on the surge in Iraq, and Neo-Neocon is watching them while pondering the contrast with another war and another ending.
Romanticism has found a cozy home on the Left. Toss in a soupcon of "sympathetic vibration with the anger of the suicide/homicide bomber," and disaster follows. It's all part of a long tradition whose end is in sight. by Neo-NeoCon