Month: November 28, 2004

Nov 28,2004

The moral values voter

It’s been nearly a month, and everyone else has dissected Election 2004. But since I called it on election eve, I’m going to take my own belated turn. The exit polls...

Nov 28,2004

Can we move on now?

An open letter to Democrats: "It just occurs to me that you really don't understand how much we have in common. Can we have a fresh start? I'd like to...

Nov 21,2004

A painful loss

Pity the pain of the left. They are twice stung, both by the bitter pain of a lost election and by the great pangs of irony that come from the...

Nov 21,2004

Year of the documentary?

So Michael Moore didn’t unseat George W. Bush. The director had said that the explicit aim of Fahrenheit 9/11, his documentary focusing on the Iraq war, was to defeat the president....

Nov 15,2004

Seven big questions for a great nation

The 2004 elections on the one hand changed everything–there is now a clear majority party with a mandate for bold change. On the other hand, the same basic questions about...

Nov 14,2004

Reagan and the Berlin Wall: Fifteen years later

Fifteen years ago this week, the Berlin Wall fell and the world changed forever. East Germans climbed atop the previously inviolate partition, and took an ax to it. Escaping to...