Sun, Oct 19, 2008

Paul Jacob | October 19, 2008

Worried about the federal budget? Our post-constitutional government? The upcoming national election? Add a tiny county to your list.

Sat, Oct 18, 2008

Doug Giles | October 18, 2008

Boy, the blood sucking entitlement toads are hoping and praying that Obama will win this election because they are smellin’ free candy!

John McCain | October 18, 2008

Good morning, this is John McCain, speaking to you a couple of days after the final presidential debate.

Michael Barone | October 18, 2008

Can Joe Wurzelbacher, Joe the Plumber from Ohio, change the course of this campaign? Thats one question that was raised at the third presidential debate.

Debra J. Saunders | October 18, 2008

Before Wednesday night's debate, Team Obama sent out pre-debate "talking points," which posted, that hit John McCain for his "erratic and unsteady" response to the economic crisis, while lauding Barack Obama's "steady leadership."

Tom Borelli | October 18, 2008

Throwing caution to the wind, chief executives in the financial industry took enormous risks by placing huge bets on financial instruments based on mortgages.

Phil Harris | October 18, 2008

Around Thanksgiving, it has become nearly as traditional to watch a local television reporter stand nervously in the middle of a sea of quivering turkeys.

Fri, Oct 17, 2008

Thomas Sowell | October 17, 2008

Apparently there is something about Sarah Palin that causes some people to think of her as either the best of candidates or the worst of candidates. She draws enthusiastic crowds and provokes visceral hostility in the media.

Cesar Conda | October 17, 2008

For conservatives, the magic number in this election may not be 44, as in who will be the 44th President, but arguably 41, as in the minimum number of Republican Senators necessary to sustain a filibuster and stop the liberal Democratic majority from passing whatever bill it wants.

Pat Buchanan | October 17, 2008

As Americans render what Catholics call temporal judgment on George Bush, are they aware of the radical course correction they are about to make?

Floyd and Mary Beth Brown | October 17, 2008

First in the front door that Sunday morning, J.C. Gumm found a five-pound surprise as he entered church.

Janice Shaw Crouse | October 17, 2008

In one of the most touching moments of perhaps my favorite musical, “Fiddler on the Roof,” Tevye — right on the heels of the thuggish attack on the Jews of his village compounded by the turmoil of his daughter’s engagement — famously asks an incredulous Goldie, his wife of 25 years, “Do you love me?”

Paul Weyrich | October 17, 2008

I have always disliked the "goo-goo" types. That stands for good government, the people who want everybody to vote.

Hugh Hewitt | October 17, 2008

Thanks to the now famous Joe the Plumber, all of America has been served notice of Barack Obama's plans for the American economy.

Kathryn Lopez | October 17, 2008

This Election Day could usher in a crushing blow to the American dream. Within hours of meeting Joe the Plumber, Americans from all over the country flooded my inbox with their stories.

Ryan Ellis | October 17, 2008

The latest American to get his fifteen minutes of fame this week is Joe Wurzelbacher, better and more famously known as “Joe the Plumber.” Joe challenged Senator Barack Obama (D-Ill.) recently on the campaign trail over the senator’s plan to raise taxes on small businesses making more than $250,000.

Rich Tucker | October 17, 2008

Politics is a game of clichés. Our leaders vow to “reach across the aisle” so they can do “what the American people want.”

John McCaslin | October 17, 2008

One Internet gang obviously doesn't appreciate Team Sarah, the 5,000-plus women advancing the Sarah Palin "revolution."

Paul Edwards | October 17, 2008

In his cover story for the October 13, 2008 issue of Newsweek, managing editor Jon Meacham continues the media’s relentless personal attacks on Governor Palin.

Amanda Carpenter | October 17, 2008

All the liberals defending ACORN's fraudulent voter registration efforts have said again and again voter registration fraud doesn't lead to voter fraud.

John Hawkins | October 17, 2008

unless we get control of our spending once and for all within the next few years, the granite ridge is going to crack, the glow is going to fade, and those freedom-loving souls hurtling through the darkness are never again going to be able to feel the warm light of that American beacon on their faces.

Michelle Malkin | October 17, 2008

Six-term Sen. Joe Biden's got some nerve going after citizen Joe the Plumber. But the entrenched politician from Delaware, who fancies himself the nation's No. 1 Ordinary Joe, had no choice.

Brent Bozell | October 17, 2008

Every Saturday afternoon my mother would load her undiapered-aged brood, maybe six of us back then, into the station wagon for an outing to the local movie theater.

Jonah Goldberg | October 17, 2008

“There’s nothing so permanent,” Milton Friedman famously said, “as a temporary government program.” For instance, I grew up in a rent-controlled apartment thanks to a temporary measure enacted during WWII.

David Limbaugh | October 17, 2008

In certain unscripted moments, Barack Obama has given us a glimpse of his socialist inclinations, but I wonder what percentage would vote for him if they truly understood the extent of his radicalism.

Mona Charen | October 17, 2008

John McCain had his last big opportunity to score heavily against Barack Obama on Wednesday night. And while he turned in his best debate performance so far, he fell short.

Bob Barr | October 17, 2008

It’s time for real economic reform – time for the government to stop politicizing and controlling the economy.

Oliver North | October 17, 2008

Most of the 2,300 young Americans of the 24th Marine Expeditionary Unit missed all three of this year's presidential debates.

Michael Gerson | October 17, 2008

By some accounts, Gen. David Petraeus -- savior of Baghdad, deliverer of Anbar -- preferred a quieter European command as his next step toward becoming chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff.

Dick Morris and Eileen McGann | October 17, 2008

The short-term impact of the third debate will be to help Barack Obama. But the long-term implications may give McCain a needed boost.

Suzanne Fields | October 17, 2008

"Throw the bums out!" That's one of the most familiar campaign cries in our history. It's even more effective than Herbert Hoover's slogan of "a chicken in every pot

Matt Towery | October 17, 2008

While I didn't think he ended as strong as he needed to, I felt that the last debate was John McCain's strongest.

Linda Chavez | October 17, 2008

"When you spread the wealth around, it's good for everybody," Barack Obama explained to Joe Wurzelbacher in Ohio earlier this week.

Paul Greenberg | October 17, 2008

There was a small but revealing moment on the final night of the editorial writers' convention here in Little Rock not long ago.

Donald Lambro | October 17, 2008

Democratic majorities in Congress will become a lot bigger in January, as Americans are expected to vote based on their economic fears and frustrations on Nov. 4.

Mike Gallagher | October 17, 2008

I understand what it means to fight hard, but fight fair. After a lifetime of making my living offering opinions on the radio, I try and follow that philosophy each and every day.

Burt Prelutsky | October 17, 2008

I don’t know how many of you are old enough to remember “To Tell the Truth,” a TV game show on which three contestants tried to convince a panel that each of them was the one telling the truth about himself when in fact two of them were lying.

Kathleen Parker | October 17, 2008

Christopher Buckley's endorsement of Barack Obama -- followed by his abrupt departure from the back page of the magazine his father founded, National Review -- has caused a ripple of contempt from the conservative right.

Lorie Byrd | October 17, 2008

The star of the final Presidential debate Wednesday night was not Barack Obama or John McCain. It was Joe “the Plumber” Wurzelbacher from Ohio.

Charles Krauthammer | October 17, 2008

Let me get this straight. A couple of agitated yahoos in a rally of thousands yell something offensive and incendiary, and John McCain and Sarah Palin are not just guilty by association -- with total strangers, mind you -- but worse: guilty according to The New York Times of "race-baiting and xenophobia."

Robert Novak | October 17, 2008

Not until 30 minutes had elapsed in the third and last presidential debate Wednesday night did the national candidates turn their attention to abortion.

Thu, Oct 16, 2008

Michael Reagan | October 16, 2008

If you believe Newsweek magazine -- something that usually requires a serious suspension of disbelief -- the Reagan Era is dead. Politico also chimed in, proclaiming the death of the Reagan revolution.

Dick Morris and Eileen McGann | October 16, 2008

The short term impact of the third debate will be to help Barack Obama. But the long term implications may give John McCain a needed boost. Obama looked good, but McCain opened the tax-and-spend issue in a way that might prevail.

Howard Rich | October 16, 2008

At the heart of the latest proposed bailout boondoggle is a projected $54 billion hole in state budgets across America.

Diana West | October 16, 2008

We interrupt regular column writing to ... imagine John McCain ahead in the polls.

Albert Mohler | October 16, 2008

Albert Mohler interviews Robert P. George, McCormick Professor of Jurisprudence and Director of the James Madison Program in American Ideals and Institutions at Princeton University.

David Strom | October 16, 2008

By now everybody has heard of Joe the plumber. It was Joe that Barack Obama told that it was government’s job to “spread the wealth around”—Joe’s wealth—in order to build the economy from the bottom up.

Laura Hollis | October 16, 2008

I am tired of all the dancing around the subject with respect to Barack Obama’s political, social, and economic views. He’s not a “liberal,” or a “Democrat,” or a “progressive,” or even a “socialist."

Ross Mackenzie | October 16, 2008

If the economy has taken a clear No. 1 position - beyond terror and national security - as the issue of most concern to the voters, why is the McCain-Palin ticket spending so much time attacking Barack Obama for his past associations?

Warren Throckmorton | October 16, 2008

By now, almost everybody knows who Joe the plumber is. Mentioned about 15 times in the last presidential debate, Joe Wurzelbacher, a plumber from Toledo, asked Barack Obama if the candidate's tax plan would raise his taxes.

Victor Davis Hanson | October 16, 2008

Who caused the American financial panic and the wild swings in our financial system -- and what are we going to do about it in the long term after the markets settle down?

Larry Elder | October 16, 2008

Democratic presidential contender Barack Obama promises to "cut taxes for 95 percent of American workers." That's not possible.

Cal Thomas | October 16, 2008

Just as the Obama campaign seemed to be making progress in tamping down rumors about his alleged Muslim background and that he might be a "Manchurian candidate" for the Arab-Islamic world, up steps the Rev. Jesse Jackson to upset the falafel cart.

George Will | October 16, 2008

The founding of the American nation was the hinge of world history: Popular sovereignty would have its day. The collision of armies here was the hinge of American history: The nation would long endure.

Emmett Tyrrell | October 16, 2008

If the media remain mum on all this, these same Democrats will control two branches of the federal government soon.

Wed, Oct 15, 2008

Ann Coulter | October 15, 2008

With an African-American running for president this year, there has been a lot of chatter about the "Bradley effect," allowing the media to wail about institutional racism in America.

Roger Schlesinger | October 15, 2008

When the lending business began, I suppose, it was a very simple proposition. You wanted a loan you needed collateral. If the collateral wasn't enough to get you the loan, you added some more collateral.

Ken Hoagland | October 15, 2008

At the heart of the financial meltdown now bedeviling Americans is a simple and profoundly ignored fact that does not require an advanced degree in economics to understand: Our government spends more than it takes in—a lot more.

Mike Gallagher | October 15, 2008

Salem radio talk show host Mike Gallagher interviewed Republican vice presidential nominee and Alaska Governor Sarah Palin today on “The Mike Gallagher Show.”

Paul Weyrich | October 15, 2008

As soon as Congress passed the $700 billion bailout, California's Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger sent a letter to Treasury Secretary Henry M. Paulson, Jr. asking for a $7 billion loan to make up for the enormous gap between the California budget and projected revenues.

David Harsanyi | October 15, 2008

How is it that most ordinary citizens can survive an entire lifetime without experiencing the thrill of a grand jury indictment or the shadow of an ethics investigation?

Dick Morris and Eileen McGann | October 15, 2008

As Obama lengthens his lead, the Republicans are praying that the election becomes close enough for the Democrats to steal. But meanwhile, ACORN, the radical community group, is becoming an embarrassment for Obama.

Christopher Merola | October 15, 2008

During the Saddleback Forum, held this past August at Saddleback Church in Lake Forest, CA, Barack Obama was asked which Supreme Court members he would not have nominated if he were President.

Richard Olivastro | October 15, 2008

In light of the financial tsunami that most congressional incumbents are responsible for foisting on the American people, here is something that every American should know.

John McCaslin | October 15, 2008

It's that time during an election year when political hooligans from coast to coast roam neighborhoods to steal campaign signs.

Rich Galen | October 15, 2008

Michelle Malkin | October 15, 2008

When a few unruly McCain-Palin supporters show their anger at campaign rallies, it's national news. It's an epidemic of "Weimar-like rage" and "violent escalation of rhetoric," according to New York Times columnist Frank Rich

John Stossel | October 15, 2008

Is deregulation is the culprit? It can't be. There was no relevant deregulation in the last 25 years. Meanwhile, highly regulated institutions eagerly bought risky government-guaranteed mortgages, stimulating excessive housing construction and an unsustainable price bubble.

Walter E. Williams | October 15, 2008

The Federalist Papers, written by James Madison, John Jay and Alexander Hamilton, is the document most frequently referred to when trying to get a feel for the original intent of the framers of the Constitution.

Brent Bozell | October 15, 2008

Try this on for size: ABC, CBS and NBC together have unloaded more than a thousand stories on Obama's presidential campaign, and we're still waiting for the first broadcast network TV story devoted to examining Obama's abortion record.

Jonah Goldberg | October 15, 2008

The Democratic nominee scorned the "prejudice and bigotry and hatred and division" on display in the Arizona senator's campaign.

Mona Charen | October 15, 2008

All of a sudden, this election is shaping up as a verdict on capitalism. The Obama campaign wanted it to be about George W. Bush. The McCain campaign wanted it to be about character.

Tony Blankley | October 15, 2008

The American public is so appalled at the condition of the country that with fate casting John McCain in the role of Bush's surrogate, a majority actually is considering voting for Sen. Obama.

Michael Medved | October 15, 2008

With three weeks to go before a fateful Presidential election all politicians and activists must confront two inescapable truths

Michael Gerson | October 15, 2008

For all their talk about respecting the constraints of reality, conservatives generally hold to the great man theory of history. It is leftists who embrace economic determinism.

Terry Jeffrey | October 15, 2008

There was instructive value even in the language that The Washington Post and The New York Times used to describe the Monday meeting at which nine large banks agreed to surrender part ownership to the government.

Ben Shapiro | October 15, 2008

Barack Obama is the most dangerous candidate for the State of Israel since its creation in 1948.

Paul Greenberg | October 15, 2008

Talk about role reversal: Before their vice-presidential debate, Sarah Palin was supposed to be the airhead and Joe Biden the expert.

Donald Lambro | October 15, 2008

Barack Obama has a disturbing habit of saying things that are not true, such as no one who makes less than $250,000 will pay higher taxes under his tax plans.

Jacob Sullum | October 15, 2008

John McCain calls his promise to help millions of Americans with their mortgages the McCain Resurgence Plan. Ostensibly, the "resurgence" has something to do with home values, but his poll numbers are what he really has in mind.

Maggie Gallagher | October 15, 2008

Thank God for San Francisco Mayor Gavin Newsom.

Ed Feulner | October 15, 2008

Two things should be clear to anyone trying to figure out the financial crisis. One is that we need to get to the bottom of what caused it and why.

Kathleen Parker | October 15, 2008

Whatever their other contributions to politics and the nation, Sarah Palin and Barack Obama have been crack for the news business.

Frank Turek | October 15, 2008

If the economy is truly the issue that will decide this election, John McCain only needs to ask one rhetorical question to the American people during Wednesday night’s debate.

Roger Schlesinger | October 15, 2008

Senator Chuck Shummer held a press conference several months ago and talked about reading a Countrywide rate sheet. He found the "option arm" had many different rates, margins (profit margins) and prepayment penalties.

Brian Fitzpatrick | October 15, 2008

Presidents often have greater influence on social policy and cultural values than they have on economic policy, so Obama’s and McCain’s positions on moral issues matter.

Marvin Olasky | October 15, 2008

James Madison had written in The Federalist Papers that "if men were angels, no government would be necessary."

Robert George | October 15, 2008

Barack Obama is the most extreme pro-abortion candidate ever to seek the office of President of the United States.

Jerry Bowyer | October 15, 2008

I just got off the phone with Ed Lazear, and he made a good case for the severity of the crisis, especially negative interest rate on t-bills.

Brian Fitzpatrick | October 15, 2008

Presidents often have greater influence on social policy and cultural values than they have on economic policy, so Obama’s and McCain’s positions on moral issues matter.

Brett Joshpe | October 15, 2008

To utilize a trite, overused sports analogy this election season, it is third and long in the fourth quarter for John McCain.

Terry Jeffrey | October 15, 2008

Americans have a decision to make, too. Do we want to wade further into government dependency and government intervention in our economy? Or do we want to turn back now to the shores of individual responsibility and freedom?

Austin Bay | October 15, 2008

From the American perspective the next presidents phase of the Iraq War will be twofold.

Tue, Oct 14, 2008

Matt Lewis | October 14, 2008

The economy is the only issue we should be concerned with for this election. Right?

Janice Shaw Crouse | October 14, 2008

The consensus is that the second presidential debate was boring. Pundits pronounced John McCain the winner on substance and Barack Obama the winner on style.

Paul Weyrich | October 14, 2008

I asked Bill Wichterman, Special Assistant to the President for Public Liaison, if there would be a public ceremony when President George W. Bush signed the Rail Safety Bill, a five-year authorization for Amtrak and new money authorized for the Washington, D.C. Metro.

John McCaslin | October 14, 2008

No, we're not referring to Angelina Jolie's latest adoption, rather the simple announcement found on one of the more popular 2008 presidential campaign buttons - pink in color - available through John McCain's official campaign store, GOPTrunk.

Frank Pastore | October 14, 2008

Frank Pastore from KKLA in Los Angeles interviews Wall Street Journal columnist John Fund.

S. E. Cupp | October 14, 2008

If voters have lost some faith in McCain over the past few weeks, he can shore up his ideological and political bullpen with a little strategic name-dropping, while simultaneously contrasting his own virtuous relationships against Obama's unseemly ones.

Amanda Carpenter | October 14, 2008

Members of the Association of Community Organizers for Reform Now downplayed their group’s participation in voter registration fraud and argued fraudulent voter applications rarely corrupt the electoral process.

Amanda Carpenter | October 14, 2008

Newly discovered documents from the Illinois state archives prove Democratic presidential candidate Barack Obama has lied about his opposition as an Illinois state senator to legislation requiring health officials to provide care to babies who survived abortion.

Armstrong Williams | October 14, 2008

Every four years or so, American voters go to the polls to choose political leaders who enact public policies that shape and direct our nation’s economy.

Thomas Sowell | October 14, 2008

One of the oldest phenomena of American elections-- criticism of one's opponent-- has in recent times been stigmatized by much of the media as "negative advertising."

Chuck Norris | October 14, 2008

Flying under the radar and literally under the ground of congressional bailout meetings were closet Capitol Hill discussions about God and Washington.

Mike Adams | October 14, 2008

On this October morning of two thousand and eight, more than sixty years after President Truman first issued the call for national health care, we find ourselves in the midst of another historic moment.

David Limbaugh | October 14, 2008

Strapped to a polygraph on national TV, I would assert quite confidently that I would strongly condemn thuggish and criminal tactics by a candidate I supported.

Cal Thomas | October 14, 2008

Anyone desiring a preview of what the federal judiciary would look like under a Barack Obama administration need look no further than a narrow ruling by the Connecticut Supreme Court allowing same-sex "marriage."

Dennis Prager | October 14, 2008

It is time to confront the unhappy fact about our country: There are now two Americas. Not a rich one and a poor one; economic status plays little role in this division.

Debra J. Saunders | October 14, 2008

Over beers, Brian McConnell and his buddies came up with the idea to put a measure on the San Francisco ballot to rename a city sewage plant after President Bush. Ha, ha, ha.

Phyllis Schlafly | October 14, 2008

The media are piling on against John McCain and some pundits are predicting it's all over, that Barack Obama has somehow won the election.

Steve Chapman | October 14, 2008

If the presidential campaign were the lead-up to a World Wrestling Entertainment smackdown, John McCain would be winning.

Roger Schlesinger | October 14, 2008

I have watched every Super Bowl game, from the beginning at the Coliseum in Los Angeles, where Green Bay won, until the miracle on 42nd Street directed by Eli Manning.

Pat Buchanan | October 14, 2008

Uncle Sam's VISA card is about to be stamped "Canceled."

Mon, Oct 13, 2008

Dick Morris and Eileen McGann | October 13, 2008

If the crash of 1929 and that of 2008 are similar, then let's study the voter anger that 1929 kindled to inform our understanding of what is going on today.

Nathan Tabor | October 13, 2008

Recently, Democratic Vice-Presidential candidate Joe Biden made the observation that past is prologue. Perhaps that’s why the Obama camp is courting Christians so hard this election year.

Bill Steigerwald | October 13, 2008

Catching up with author and syndicated columnist Pat Buchanan during this election season is almost impossible.

Amanda Carpenter | October 13, 2008

The Association Community Organizers for Reform Now has compiled an irrefutable record of voter registration fraud in recent elections.

Terry Paulson | October 13, 2008

Today, as an American, you face important choices. Keeping one eye on the stock markets and another on our leaders in Washington, you worry about our future.

Harry R. Jackson, Jr. | October 13, 2008

It is no secret that American families are under pressure. In fact, our families are imploding.

William Rusher | October 13, 2008

In political terms, it doesn't really matter what caused the current economic crisis. Nor does it matter that it is worldwide.

Amanda Carpenter | October 13, 2008

Democratic presidential candidate Barack Obama’s campaign has been forced to revise statements about their Obama’s get-out-the vote work for the Association of Community Organizers for Reform Now.

Rich Galen | October 13, 2008

It is accepted fact that the triggering event which led to the start of World War I was the assassination of the Archduke Franz Ferdinand of Austria in Sarajevo in 1914.

John McCaslin | October 13, 2008

President Bush hereby proclaims today Columbus Day, calling upon the people of the United States to observe the Monday holiday with appropriate pomp and ceremony in honor of Christopher Columbus, who history books once taught discovered America.

Guy Benson | October 13, 2008

If you ask Obama, every social ill, international crisis, economic hardship, or spilt glass of milk is somehow traced back to a war that "should never have been authorized, and never been waged."

Paul Greenberg | October 13, 2008

Either presidential debates are getting more civilized, or my standards for them are falling. The second one seemed a marked improvement over the first, a three-way bicker among candidates and moderator.

Dinesh D'Souza | October 13, 2008

Bill Maher’s humor seems, well, gratuitous and condescending. His is not the wry, gentle wit of Jay Leno or Jerry Seinfeld.

W. Thomas Smith, Jr | October 13, 2008

I’m not sure that any of us can adequately explain those things of tradition, but we must always try.

Mike Adams | October 13, 2008

Hank Adler | October 13, 2008

I know you are terrified that Wednesday night’s debate will be a repeat of last week’s debate which allowed the candidates to simply respond with talking points.

Star Parker | October 13, 2008

When successful companies fail, when winning teams start to lose, what we're most likely to hear is an announcement from the CEO or the coach about returning to basics.

Sun, Oct 12, 2008

Mark Hillman | October 12, 2008

It's hard to imagine how the GOP could conjure up a more fearsome specter of an Obama presidency than the one created by the tactics of his own campaign.

Phil Harris | October 12, 2008

There is a paradox at work in this election.

Salena Zito | October 12, 2008

It was Palin's first face-to-face interview with a print reporter as Republican vice presidential candidate.

David Stokes | October 12, 2008

With just a little more than three weeks to go before America goes to the polls to elect the next president, Barack Obama maintains a lead in the polls.

Jackie Gingrich Cushman | October 12, 2008

As children most of us learn to bide our time when asking approval or permission.

Debra J. Saunders | October 12, 2008

The "subtext" of the race-baiting charge is that if Obama should lose, then it will be because of racist white voters.

Steve Chapman | October 12, 2008

When it comes to taxes, this election presents a clear choice. On one side you have a Democrat who proposes to raise taxes. On the other, you have a Republican who proposes to raise taxes.

George Will | October 12, 2008

Unimpressed by Charles de Gaulle's droll observation that the graveyards are full of indispensable men, Michael Bloomberg, New York City's 108th mayor, has decided that he is indispensable.

Ken Connor | October 12, 2008

Everybody knows that incentives impact behavior. Parents provide allowances to get children to do their chores.

Kevin McCullough | October 12, 2008

One of the perhaps most confusing sub-texts of the 2008 election has been the curious and in some cases surprising support that the candidates have and have not received from evangelical Christians.

Paul Jacob | October 12, 2008

The old hands and establishment hacks have panicked, and are ushering in a new era of nationalization, government regulation, and central planning . . . just as our government teeters on bankruptcy itself.

Austin Hill | October 12, 2008

Is American capitalism becoming a thing of the past? No, not hardly.

Ken Blackwell | October 12, 2008

While every presidential debate is potentially pivotal, only rarely has one carried the potential that yours does to change the race in its closing days.

Salena Zito | October 12, 2008

Most Americans wake every morning to news that Barack Obama will win next month’s presidential election. Strategists even say the word “landslide” aloud.