In its details, the financial crisis of 2007-09 was highly complicated, but in its essentials, the crisis was fairly simple, writes Robert J. Samuelson in the Spring 2010 issue of the Claremont Review of Books.
Eloquent promises about how government can be expanded to the benefit of all while taxes are increased only for a very few are setting off alarms, writes William Voegeli in the Spring 2010 issue of the Claremont Review of Books
William Voegeli's new book provides far and away the most substantial explanation to date of our current political condition, writes Fred Siegel in the Spring 2010 issue of the Claremont Review of Books
With little in the way of new thinking to offer, Senators Obama, Clinton, and McCain have focused on the "personal factor." In this special preview of the Spring 2008 issue of the Claremont Review of Books
, James W. Ceaser examines the race so far and wonders what we can expect during the months ahead.
An apparent victory in Washington caucuses may cause problems for McCain.
Senator Clinton's campaign loan is an opportunity for Senator Obama.
Ted Kennedy is seeking Latino votes for Obama by speaking Spanish. There is a reason why he does it poorly.
Mike Huckabee has signed columnist Jim Pinkerton as a policy advisor.
Maybe Hillary Clinton did spend her White House years sipping tea.
Mitt Romney dealt skillfully with the religion issue. Fred Thompson did not.
Republicans now have a bit of reason for cautious optimism.
Daniel Henninger exemplifies his message in his even-handed treatment of the contrasting political approaches of the leading GOP presidential candidate and his Evangelical detractors.
Michael Barone provides a cogent summary of American success in Iraq (and officially unacknowledged Israeli success in Syria), favorably changing the American political climate.
Dana Milbank at the Washington Post has some unflattering observations on the behavior of U.S. Senators at yesterday's hearing for our commander and our ambassador in Iraq.
Powerline alerts us to the Romney, Giuliani and McCain web sites, and they are revealing.