As he drives his team of retreads, the challenge for Obama is to remain the agent of change who electrified the nation.
Brace yourself for a final, frantic stripping of public wealth as the Bush regime goes out the door.
Framing the financial crisis as a verdict on free-market fantasies, Obama can win with a mandate to end the war and build a better economy from the bottom up.
John McCain may have recently discovered his inner populist, but he has been pushing for deregulation all year.
The Fannie Mae/Freddie Mac crisis strips the clothes off the Emperor of Markets.
A historic line has been crossed. With no debate or commitment to policy or principle, an enormous segment of the American economy has been turned over to the government.
The tepid platform Democrats will adopt in Denver isn't a new social contract, but it does go places Republicans never will. Let's hope Obama does better.
We are flirting with catastrophe, and our foreign creditors are part of the story.
America is shaken by images of panicked customers lined up to withdraw money from the failed IndyMac Bank.
South Koreans won't be buffaloed by US beef or the Bush Administration's erratic policies.