President Obama needs to thank Gen. Stanley McChrystal for his decades of brave and selfless service, then fire him.
Midway through his presidency, George W. Bush was asked by the journalist John Dickerson to name his biggest mistake since 9/11 and what he'd learned from it. Here's what he said:
You probably have never heard of Robin Beaton, and that's what's wrong with the debate over health care reform.
Happy Patriots' Day. April 15 is the one day a year when our country asks something of us -- or at least the vast majority of us.
I love Alex Castellanos. Heck, somebody has to. Truth is, we've been known to break bread after our CNN gigs. He is engaging and amusing and whip-smart.
Dick Cheney has finally found the limits of government power.
Gov. Mark Sanford of South Carolina took umbrage at my writing that his approach to the economic crisis is to do nothing. I'll deal with his "ideas" in a moment, but first let me make a modest proposal:
As the fight over President Obama's economic recovery package heats up, the two sides are beginning to define themselves with admirable clarity.
You know you're low when you have lower ethical standards than a convicted felon, but that's where former Sen. Norm Coleman finds himself.
The big news in New York politics is not that Caroline Kennedy, a deeply private person, preferred to be in private life.
Sometimes pictures tell a story better than words. On Inauguration Day, we saw Barack Obama, strong and certain, striding purposefully into the presidency.