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John H. Fund is a senior editor of The American Spectator and author of the Stealing Elections (Encounter Books).
by | Sep 4, 2011

There hasn’t been a national political chair as controversial as Florida’s Debbie Wasserman Schultz since, well, Michael Steele. He was the gaffe-prone chair of the Republican National Committee until earlier this year, selected by a party that was spooked by…

by | Aug 10, 2011

Ronald Reagan was known as “The Great Communicator.” What isn’t well known is just how hard he worked to earn that title. Over the course of his career he invented a unique system to prepare, edit, and deliver speeches. One…

by | Jun 29, 2011

Is the Age of Obama ushering in an Era of Thuggery by his left-wing supporters? Barack Obama has made clear his admiration of Saul Alinsky, the radical “father” of community organizing. Peter Slevin of the Washington Post wrote in 2007…

by | May 14, 2011

It turns out President Obama may be more of a reactionary rather than a liberal when it comes to education policy. How else to explain his administration’s decision to side with anti-reform teachers unions on a fundamental issue of fairness?…

by | Apr 22, 2011

Wisconsin is in the news for its epic confrontation between Republican governor Scott Walker and public employee unions. But the main reason it is front and center is that Republicans took control of the state in such a major way…

by | Feb 5, 2011

THE DEMOCRATIC DEBACLE last November came as no surprise to Senator Evan Bayh. The Indiana Democrat could see disaster looming and decided a year ago not to seek reelection. He began issuing warnings to fellow Democrats even before the passage…

by | Dec 4, 2010

More than 18 months after the Tea Party burst onto the U.S. political scene, liberals in the media still don’t seem to understand what animates the movement. Take Lesley Stahl of CBS News. She gave voice to media bafflement about…

by | Oct 9, 2010

This year more voters than ever will cast ballots before Election Day. The result may be that in a world where everything seems to move faster we will get final election results later than ever. It’s possible we won’t know…

by | Dec 5, 2009

BERLIN Who brought about the fall of the Berlin Wall and then the end of the Cold War? Lots of candi-dates for the credit were being proposed as this city commemorated the 20th anniversary of the Wall’s end. A dinner…

by | Nov 1, 2009

CHICAGO It was one of the most bizarre squanderings of presidential power and prestige in memory. In a last minute decision, President Obama flew off to Copenhagen, Denmark, on October 1 to lobby for his adopted hometown of Chicago’s 2016…

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