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  • Carly Fiorina is GOP flavor of week

    Sorry, Carly. You’re peaking too early. Just ask President Herman Cain. This week’s CNN poll shows Carly Fiorina, the former business executive, rocketing to the top tier of the Republican …

  • Dana Milbank: Republicans have majority, but no clear purpose

    During political campaigns, candidates usually tell voters what they would do if elected. But Sen. Mitch McConnell had a different idea. “This is not the time to lay out an …

  • Dana Milbank: Ground war suddenly popular with GOP

    WASHINGTON – Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel was testifying Tuesday about the need for military action in Syria and Iraq when Ann Wright, an anti-war demonstrator in the audience, rose and …

  • Dana Milbank: A little worry in Obama would be welcome

    President Barack Obama is not worried. And that is unnerving. British Prime Minister David Cameron presented to Parliament on Monday the alarming conclusions of European leaders who had met in …

  • Dana Milbank: Kevin McCarthy needs help with his delivery

    It happens once a week, almost like clockwork. Kevin McCarthy, the man House Republicans are on course to tap as their next majority leader, steps to the microphones with other …

  • Milbank: Government gets Irene right

    Don’t expect anybody to throw a tea party, but Big Government finally got one right. On Monday, six years to the day after Hurricane Katrina destroyed parts of New Orleans …

  • Secession, nullification talk shallow

    Vacationing on North Carolina’s Outer Banks this past week, I’ve been thinking about how different things will be here when the South secedes from the Union. The Confederates, I anticipate, …

  • Dana Milbank: Fringe’s rants now routine

    The peaceful hamlet of Mason City, Iowa, hasn’t been in the headlines much since it served as the model for River City in Meredith Wilson’s “The Music Man.” But recently …

  • Dana Milbank: Oil execs can’t stop blame game

    Oil company executives are on the horns of a dilemma. Or, to be more specific, they are on the tusks of a dilemma. Congressional investigators looking into the Gulf of …

  • Dana Milbank: It’s a cynical campaign in Colorado

    When I worked on a college paper as a freshman, the editor was a talented but prickly junior by the name of Andrew Romanoff. He clashed so fiercely with the …



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