• The GOP's Captivity To Social Fundamentalists

    Posted on by John H. Taylor

    Leading GOP moderate Christine Todd Whitman, writing in the Washington Post with Bob Bostock: Palin has many attractive qualities as a candidate. Being prepared to become president at a moment’s notice was not obviously among them this year. Her selection cost the ticket support among those moderate voters who saw it as a cynical sop […]

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  • An Unexpected "Nixonland" Review

    Posted on by Robert Nedelkoff

    It has now been about a half-year since Rick Perlstein’s Nixonland was published, and some time back I noticed that no review had appeared in The American Spectator, a magazine avidly read by the 37th President and usually not a place where major books about him go unnoticed. Well, Perlstein’s book is finally discussed in […]

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  • The Republican Wilderness: Four Years – or Forty?

    Posted on by David R. Stokes

    The Grand Old Party of Lincoln, Teddy Roosevelt, & Ronald Reagan, has entered the proverbial wilderness. It moves from the box seats to the cheap seats, or better – to mix the metaphor a bit – the backbenches. How Republicans handle this exile, and just how long the era lasts, will depend largely on what […]

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  • George Shultz's Advice to the President-elect

    Posted on by Robert Nedelkoff

    In the days since Barack Obama’s election there has been quite a bit of talk about his reaching across party lines to seek the advice of elder statesmen. Today in the Washington Times (in a column by the deputy editor of the paper’s op-ed section, Benjamin Tyree), a man who is as accomplished and admired […]

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  • Oswald Had 11 Seconds

    Posted on by John H. Taylor

    It had already begun. Vitally important insights about President Kennedy’s assassination from scholar Max Holland, on his Washington Decoded website. Holland ellaborates a breathtaking finding he first announced last year: That the President’s assassination had begin before Abraham Zapruder began making his chilling home movie. Thanks to Holland’s findings, which he today bolsters with additional […]

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