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The president’s triumph at sea. Plus: Coming down hard on a key vote carrier.
The Democrats are once again “misunderestimating” President Bush. Now he could make their lives even more miserable.
Once again, one has to rely on traditional conservative bogeymen can explain what went wrong in the public square.
From Bobby Knight to the WMD Backlash
From WBD Backlash to Bobby Knight
Proof the French-looker thinks he’s clinched the Democratic nomination. Also: Gephardt wins stealth endorsements.
And, in the stock market, suckers will still be suckers.
Lightning will not strike the Bushes a second time in 2004.
Dick Gephardt’s latest loss. Plus: A new Bush nominations offensive. Kerry on film. Bicoastal Dean.
The White House Correspondents’ Association dinner can be a hunter’s nightmare — and a mortician’s dream.
Michael Jordanâ€™s predicament, and how some others have handled it.
In a movie about scam-artists, shouldn’t the scam seem as plausible to the audience as it does to the victims? Besides, a narcissistic movie star like Ed Burns is the last person in the world who should be playing a confidence man.
It has taken less than a month for poor Jessica Lynch to be captured again, this time by the feministas.
Thanks to the FDA, Ritalin doesn’t have to be your child’s only drug of choice.
It’s payback time among GOP tax cut negotiators. Plus: A Democratic replacement for Gray Davis?
The city was once invaded by the Muslims. Now they come by invitation.
The White House eyes a new Florida possibility. And its mind is made up about North Carolina, which could cost John Edwards big. Plus: Why Jeb stayed away.
Canada opposed U.S. intervention in Iraq, perhaps because it subconsciously knows it could meet all U.S. oil needs and more.
How the craft of advertising resembles talking to a three-year-old.