The editor-in-chief of Foreign Policy gives us a peek at her inner foodie
"If the President knew what to do, he would do it."
Jonah Goldberg plays fast and loose with the metaphors
David Brooks on two theories of change, Dana Milbank on replacing Summers, and more
E.J. Dionne on Mark Souder's downfall, L. Gordon Crovitz on Web privacy, and more
David Ignatius on playing diplomatic chicken with Iran, Timothy Garton Ash on Europe sleepwalking to decline, and more
Larry Pressler on the "technicality generation," James McGregor on rethinking U.S.- China trade relations, and more
One thing you can say for Janet Napolitano: she was never convicted of wire fraud
Beck: "If the police bust you, when does that citizen become guilty? I thought we had to prove that."
Paul Krugman on Republican extremism, Robert Samuelson on the debt wake-up, and more
Though "rob from the rich, give to the poor" does sound awfully socialist...
Lewis Black slams Beck for playing six degrees of Adolf Hitler
Nicholas Kristof on Pakistan and Times Square, Doug Glanville on outspoken athletes, and more
Maureen Dowd on Hamid Karzai, Steven Pearlstein's deficit-reduction plan, and more
Paul Krugman on sex, drugs, and the oil spill, Susie Orbach on male-mannequin emaciation, and more
Too many stars and special effects make a Tony Stark a dull boy
"Arizona has been more than patient waiting for Washington to act."
As usual, the Connecticut Independent catches flak
Nanjala Nyabola gives an African view of the Rhodes, Kathleen Parker ponders GOP-Tea Party dynamics, and more
The judge has given the prosecution until Wednesday to make the case
David Brooks on the limits of policy, Marc Cooper on an atheist justice, and more
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