He has never been much of an ideologue, and as a senator he has been known mostly for his helmet-like head of hair and his devotion to the shipyards in Pascagoula.
Indeed even the New York Times seems resigned to its inevitability.
Now that the N.Y. Times is confident women soldiers will do our fighting in Iraq, it's free to devote all its attention to the plight of women at Augusta.
One possible course of action now being discussed is not to democratize Iraq, but to dismember it.
It is a quintessential New York story, with something in it for everyone.
You learn about immigrant life -- and find out about America's roots.
You know it's a Republican night when a GOP candidate wins overwhelmingly in New York.
Three endorsements, including one from the Times, which wouldn't want to be caught dead backing a loser.
Paul Krugman writes in a puffed-up way about things he knows very little about.
Autumn in New York is like spring everywhere else -- except perhaps at the N.Y. Post.