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Froma Harrop: Should Amazon just take over?

Posted 7/14/2014 in National Columns

It's the darnedest thing. Only a select few sites grace the bookmark bar topping my Web browser. is one. And Amazon is the only retailer to make the cut.



Rheta Grimsley Johnson: Monica, wherefore art thou?

Posted 7/12/2014 in National Columns

I never figured on feeling sorry for Monica Lewinsky. She was too much like an Atlanta Hooters waitress I once interviewed who wanted to file a sex discrimination lawsuit. You asked for it, I thought.



Leonard Pitts: The high court's high-handedness

Posted 7/12/2014 in National Columns

It is a case of Supreme hypocrisy. The adjective refers to that nine-person tribunal at the top of the American legal system, the noun to its latest act of judicial malpractice. Meaning not the notorious Hobby Lobby decision handed down at the end of June, but a less-noticed ruling a few days later.


Dana Milbank: Flavor-of-the-week politics

Posted 7/12/2014 in National Columns

WASHINGTON -- "This is not theater." That was President Obama's answer in Dallas last week to critics who said he should have gone to the border to see firsthand the mass immigration of unaccompanied minors that has suddenly seized Washington's attention.


Michael Gerson: Needed: A conservative temperament

Posted 7/11/2014 in National Columns

A few recent developments have revealed the tea party temperament in its most distilled, potent form.



Dana Milbank: The tea party's embrace of martyrdom

Posted 7/10/2014 in National Columns

Hiroo Onoda, the last imperial Japanese soldier to surrender after World War II, hid in a jungle in the Philippines for 29 years, refusing to believe that the war was over. He finally turned himself in, wearing his sword, cap and patched uniform, in 1974.



Leonard Pitts: More than a hero

Posted 7/9/2014 in National Columns



Michael Gerson: The divided states of Obama

Posted 7/8/2014 in National Columns



Leonard Pitts: Courageous or spineless? Our actions -- or inactions -- decide for us

Posted 7/5/2014 in National Columns

The psychological explanation for what happened to Catherine Ferreira is neat and tidy and sounds like reason.



Susan Estrich: Love of country

Posted 7/4/2014 in National Columns

Every four years, at some point in the presidential campaign, one candidate says something that leads the other to accuse him (or her) of challenging his (or her) patriotism, and then we have a 48-hour spat over who called who unpatriotic, and then we go back to the usual political game in which talking heads viciously attack each other 24/7.



Leonard Pitts: A 'narrow' decision from the narrow-minded

Posted 7/3/2014 in National Columns

Relax. This is not a slippery slope. So Justices Samuel Alito writing for the majority and Anthony Kennedy writing in concurrence, take pains to assure us in the wake of the Supreme Court's latest disastrous decision.



Dana Milbank: The Supreme Court's useful fiction

Posted 7/2/2014 in National Columns

Mitt Romney said it, and on Monday the Supreme Court upheld it: Corporations are people, my friend.



Michael Gerson: On Iraq, difficult choices

Posted 7/1/2014 in National Columns

The summary moment of Barack Obama's foreign policy came in August 2013 during a consequential stroll.



Dana Milbank: Let's sue the president

Posted 6/30/2014 in National Columns

Republicans, after years of squabbling with President Obama, have decided to resolve their differences with him according to a time-honored American tradition.



Rheta Johnson: Her writing rocks

Posted 6/28/2014 in National Columns

In the latest issue of Vanity Fair, there's a story about popular novels versus serious novels. It asks the question: Can they be one and the same? In the course of not reaching any conclusions, the article quotes a critic who complains: "Doesn't anyone care how something is written anymore?"



Dana Milbank: The Great Conciliator and a bygone era

Posted 6/28/2014 in National Columns

WASHINGTON -- When Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell, R-Ky., went to the Senate floor Thursday afternoon to announce the death of Howard Baker, his words recalled not just his revered predecessor but an earlier, worthier cohort of American politicians.


Michael Gerson: An arrogant and lawless IRS

Posted 6/28/2014 in National Columns

WASHINGTON -- Noted management expert and IRS Commissioner John Koskinen was apparently called out of retirement -- like the Ted Williams of evasive, unapologetic bureaucrats -- to destroy what is left of his agency's credibility.


Michael Gerson: The power of authenticity

Posted 6/27/2014 in National Columns

When I worked as a Senate aide in the early 1990s, the state of New York was represented by two figures who could hardly have been more different.



Froma Harrop: In Mississippi the right's mistake was waking the others

Posted 6/26/2014 in National Columns

The tea partyers made a serious blunder in Mississippi, costing them a runoff win: They carelessly slipped their magic passion potion to the opposition.



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