America is great not because it's a team. America is great because it is a nation whose founding documents elevated the rights of the individual.
Conservatives must avoid the siren song of schism, or all is lost.
Here's a very good rule of thumb in politics: losing begets losing.
Insulting the electorate and accusing it of spiritual weakness and sinfulness are not the ways to get yourself the job of president.
Is victory sweet because your side wins- or is it really because the other side loses?
Many people crave security and stability rather than risk-taking, and that doesn't make them any less American. They are the workers rather than the job creators, and all societies need both.
Our compulsive hunger always to know first, speak first and decide first has only been amplified by the fact that we can now all participate instantly in a virtual version of a national cocktail-party conversation on Twitter, Facebook and blogs.
Pop culture is a reflection of social change, not a cause of social change.
The classic rule of thumb is that if you are an intellectual ideological magazine, you do better in opposition than you do if your views are reflected by people in power.
The great mystery is why robots come off so well in science-fiction films when the human characters are often so astoundingly wooden.
The presidency is not an entry-level electoral job.
The sad truth is that you can have peace processes all you like, but if one side is committed to war, then it's war.
There's no light at the end of the tunnel in the Republican message, no promise of better things to come. There's only the present stagnation, followed by a slow decline.
Unquestionably, American political rhetoric can be repugnant, and the Right can certainly be as guilty as the Left.
Your race and gender don't change, but you can choose to change your political affiliation at will.
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