Z.Z. shows same lack of loyalty as GOP frontrunner
Syndicated columnist, 03/27/2012
It is typical of Mitt Romney’s luck that, on the morning after he all but secured the Republican presidential nomination, his campaign became embroiled in a controversy over a 1950s plastic toy.
Syndicated columnist, 03/23/2012
The question of who had the best Super Tuesday is a matter of fact, not opinion: Romney did. He won six of 10 states, including Ohio, the night's marquee contest. His win rate was higher than John McCain's in 2008
Syndicated columnist, 03/11/2012
If the gender gap becomes a chasm that swallows Republicans this fall, it will be no fluke. It will, however, have something to do with Sandra Fluke.
Syndicated columnist, 02/28/2012
When Fed Chairman Ben Bernanke was invited to respond to the Republican presidential candidates who have made him a whipping boy, he turned the other cheek.
Syndicated columnist, 01/31/2012
WASHINGTON -- During his brief and ill-fated presidential bid, Tim Pawlenty pursued the role of attack dog about as well as you would expect a golden retriever to do.
Syndicated columnist, 01/24/2012
For all of Romney’s efforts to imitate human attributes, there remain glitches in the matrix that reveal him to be different from the rest of us.
Syndicated columnist, 01/17/2012
The luxury of being a prognosticator is never having to say you were wrong. Journalism is so disposable that, if you make your predictions with a long-enough time horizon, people will almost always forget what you said by the time it can be proved false.
Syndicated columnist, 01/03/2012
WASHINGTON — Here in the capital, there is a whole new etiquette at stoplights.
Upon arriving at a red light, drivers apply the brakes, pick up their mobile devices, and begin reading and sending emails.
Syndicated columnist, 12/20/2011
WASHINGTON — When Sen. Rob Portman finished a speech and news conference on Monday afternoon about the failure of the supercommittee on which he served, I attempted to bestow a premature label on the Ohio Republican.
“Thank you, Mr. Vice President.”
Syndicated columnist, 11/30/2011
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