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Nobody ever asks me how I feel about Amy Klobuchar. I don’t get peppered with questions about my confidence in Julián Castro or Bill Weld.
The GOP armageddon. More than two years ago, I kicked off this series on game theory and politics with a column called “Game theory and
This week I was in DC and saw people just trying to get through this thing called life. On Monday morning, when a Secret Service
“Trust is like glass: shatters in an instant, with a single blow, and takes a long time to restore.” — Kathy Sullivan, chief of the National Oceanic
“Conspiracies have generally been set on foot by the great, or the friends of the prince; and of these, as many have been prompted to
It’s hot. Too darn hot. America is baking, Australia suffered a blistering summer a few months ago, and national heat records are falling in Europe.
Wanted, presumed armed and dangerous. While my wife and I were drinking our way through Oregon this weekend, I noted that the street corners were
To paraphrase Pearl Jam, Robert Mueller spoke in class today. Both today and in his report, Mueller described a vast Russian conspiracy to defeat Hillary
Have you been to Abilene? It’s a small city 150 miles west of Fort Worth, Texas. Jessica Simpson’s from there, and so is quarterback Case
Could’ve stopped after “Not Going.” Forty years ago today, Margaret Thatcher ascended to 10 Downing Street, beginning a legendary and iron-fisted rule of a dozen tension-fraught