Archive: August 05, 2007 - August 11, 2007
Editorial boards and columnists try to make sense of the worsening global real estate market.
By Rob Anderson | August 10, 2007; 9:13 AM ET | Comments (5)
In the Los Angeles Times, Bruce Bartlett says Hillary Clinton could be the right's candidate of choice.
By Rob Anderson | August 10, 2007; 9:12 AM ET | Comments (1)
Human rights activists in China, farm policy in America and legal arguments at the Supreme Court.
By Rob Anderson | August 10, 2007; 9:07 AM ET | Email a Comment
The Los Angles Times and Washington Post columnist Harold Meyerson predict that history will look favorably on Barry Bonds's record-breaking home run this week, even if his accomplishment seems tainted now.
By Rob Anderson | August 9, 2007; 9:49 AM ET | Comments (3)
Washington Post columnist David Broder argues that Republican presidential candidates' attempts to cozy up to the Bush administration during the primary season will haunt the GOP during the general election.
By Rob Anderson | August 9, 2007; 9:46 AM ET | Email a Comment
The Washington Post labels Barack Obama's assertion that he would order an attack on al-Qaeda bases in Pakistan without permission from Pakistani leaders a "common-sense position," even though he has been ridiculed by the other presidential candidates because of it.
By Rob Anderson | August 9, 2007; 9:37 AM ET | Comments (7)
The Wall Street Journal editorial board and columnists David Rivkin and Lee Casey argue for less judicial oversight over the nation's warantless wiretapping program.
By Rob Anderson | August 8, 2007; 8:39 AM ET | Comments (26)
In the New York Times, former Florida Sen. Bob Graham advocates for a system of five rotating regional primaries.
By Rob Anderson | August 8, 2007; 8:35 AM ET | Email a Comment
The Washington Post praises the Bush administration for its decision to slightly relax its stance on congressional testimony by executive branch officials.
By Rob Anderson | August 8, 2007; 8:27 AM ET | Comments (3)
Editorial opprobrium for congressional Democrats who voted for the Bush administration's rewrite of the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act.
By Rob Anderson | August 7, 2007; 9:18 AM ET | Comments (114)
E.J. Dionne argues that Mitt Romney may be on the verge of running away with the Republican presidential nomination in Iowa.
By Rob Anderson | August 7, 2007; 9:15 AM ET | Email a Comment