A feel-good reunion
The editor-in-chief of Foreign Policy gives us a peek at her inner foodie
"Why is the President going against public opinion?"
Bret Stephens on BP and Gadhafi, Steven Pearlstein on Obama and big business, and more
"There's a couple of things America got right: cars -- and freedom."
"Ain't no Republican Party like a Michael Steele Republican Party"
Yves Smith and Rob Parenteau on profits hurting capitalism, Kathryn Jean Lopez on women in politics, and more
What do you mean the reception bars "were never real in the first place?"
Martin Luther King "is the exact antithesis of what they represent and what they`re saying in the Tea Party."
Charles Krauthammer on terror and Islamism, Peggy Noonan on a cold man's warm words, and more
"You could not get your ankles wet" in Colbert's depth of knowledge
For one writer, 140 characters is more than enough to sum it all up
Ruth Marcus on the unhinged right, David Wise on the spy who came out to the suburbs and more
David Ignatius on reconciling with the Taliban, Stanley Fish on student evaluations, and more
Rick Barber gathers his armies yet again
Critics say the movie is more about its director than South America, its subject
Ronald Brownstein on the sinking ship of state, Joan Wickersham on marital shibboleths and more
Martin Luther King you are not, Mr. Beck
David Broder on campaign finance, Joe Klein on Petraeus's way forward and more
Holman Jenkins on blowout preventers, Glenn Greenwald on the causes and effects of the War on Terror, and more
David Brooks and Bret Stephens present: Literature 101
David Ignatius on Afghanistan and trade partnerships, Nancy Bauer on lady power, and more
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