We shall see very little of the charmingly simian George W. Bush—the military—Cheney, Powell et al.–will be calling the tune, and the whole nation will be on constant alert.
If the absence of soldiers seizing cable networks is the ultimate standard of meaningful democratic empowerment, we're not doing half bad.
Bush v. Gore is a fitting start to the next four deranged years.
Bush v. Gore may have superficially resolved a short-run political crisis, but it has triggered a deep intellectual crisis.
Bill Clinton is moving to install Terry McAuliffe as the head of the DNC, a cynical move in this day of pay-to-play politics.
Al Gore will be playing a special political role in the future.
Some debatable assumptions underlie their use by the press.
Our drug laws, like those concerning voting, reveal bias and backward thinking.
Powerful elements converged to determine who would be president.