WASHINGTON - President Barack Obama's imaginary son is back in town and this time he can't play football.
WASHINGTON - President Barack Obama is correct in wanting to make higher education more affordable and accessible, but Americans would also be correct in wondering just what they're paying for.
WASHINGTON - We know what Mike Huckabee meant. Sort of. Kind of. But, really?
WASHINGTON - The question du jour is, why did Hoboken Mayor Dawn Zimmer wait so long to step forward and level her corruption charges at Chris Christie?
WASHINGTON - Everybody's doing it - confessing their youthful, pot-smoking ways - so here goes.
WASHINGTON - As we evaluate the efficacy of the War on Poverty, a single, unquantifiable factor stubbornly demands attention: luck.
WASHINGTON - In the days since revelations surfaced about New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie's office orchestrating the now-infamous George Washington Bridge lane closings, I've had at least four different reactions.
WASHINGTON - In politics, it's all in how you say things.
WASHINGTON - If you happen to be one of those who enjoy politics as a blood sport, 2014's midterm election promises to be a carnival of gore.
WASHINGTON - America's capacity for optimism and hope has been boundless through much of our short history.
WASHINGTON - The year-end review required of all columnists inevitably brings us to the mailbag and a few clarifications.
WASHINGTON - When, what to my wondering eyes should appear, but a miniature sleigh, and eight tiny reindeer.
WASHINGTON - 'Tis the season and Nancy Pelosi has given the hands-down best gift to the American people - her phrase "Embrace the suck."
WASHINGTON - Make a woman laugh, Marilyn Monroe supposedly said, and you can make her do anything.
WASHINGTON - We have reached a new level of political absurdity when the right is mad at the pope and the left wants to anoint his head with oil.
WASHINGTON - It has long been accepted by the conventionally wise that the Republican Party is waging a "war on women."
WASHINGTON - Without prior knowledge or intent, I recently was inducted into a club I had no interest in joining, especially in light of the $200 initiation fee.
WASHINGTON - As a South Carolinian, it befalls me to examine the peculiarities afflicting our former governor and now-congressman Mark Sanford, who, contrary to decorum and taste, continues to demand attention.
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