Unexpected Hope—From Hollywood

For conservatives and traditionalists, unusual good news from Hollywood—in terms of both weekend box-office results and, amazingly enough, the Oscar ceremonies. Among all new films released Friday, Act of Valor counted as the runaway...

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For Mitt: Lessons from Teddy

As his formidable campaign marches inexorably toward the nomination, Mitt Romney should learn a vital lesson from the guy who beat him in his first race for public office: Senator Ted Kennedy. In 1980, Teddy lost his own bid for the...

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Gingrich, Romney and the “Passion Gap”

Does Newt Gingrich enjoy an electoral advantage with movement conservatives in part because he reaps the benefits of an “adultery edge”? It would have sounded like a preposterous notion as recently as a few months ago, but the evidence...

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Obama and the Second-Term Curse

With Americans telling pollsters that they disproportionately disapprove of Barack Obama’s job performance in his first term, advocates of his re-election must promise the public that another four years would represent a dramatic...

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The Huckabee Campaign That Might-Have Been

Mike Huckabee, affable host at this weekend’s Republican debate in South Carolina, occasionally (and effortlessly) upstaged the five presidential candidates who participated. The former Arkansas governor remains such a comfortable,...

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