George W. Bush: The outlaw president

by Bill Press -- It's hard for this liberal to admit, but conservatives actually get some things right. They are correct, I believe, in advocating smaller, more efficient government; fiscal responsibility; balanced more…

Democratic Party's in great shape!

by Bill Press -- You might call it Press' First Rule of Politics: The longer you're inside the Beltway, the more disconnected you are from the real world. And nothing proves it more…

Great speech, poor choice of churches

by Bill Press -- Nearly 150 years after the Emancipation Proclamation, is there still a problem with race in this country? Absolutely. And Barack Obama showed a lot of courage by tackling more…

A solution to Florida, Michigan vote

by Bill Press -- In the past, Democrats have often been accused of not being able to organize a two-car funeral. This year, they proved it. The Democratic primary calendar is a more…

The longest campaign ever

by Bill Press -- American voters have spoken again. Just when the media decides it's all over, those who actually have a say in the matter speak up and say: "Not so more…

Ralph Nader: Unsafe at any speed

by Bill Press -- Just when you thought there was no way Democrats could lose this election ... here we go again: Ralph Nader has decided to run for president as an more…

Let's seize the moment in Cuba

by Bill Press -- It all hinged on one man. For almost half a century, under presidents both Democrat and Republican, the official policy of the United States has been: As long more…

Who's the real John McCain?

by Bill Press -- To all my friends, Democrats and Independents, who have told me they'd consider voting for John McCain in November, I have only two words: PLEASE DON'T. For the more…

The media pick the winners

by Bill Press -- Super Tuesday's over, and there's no absolute winner among either Democrats or Republicans. Nonetheless, even though no one candidate has yet locked up their party's nomination, we might more…

How the Democrats could lose

by Bill Press -- If you're having trouble keeping up with all the twists and turns of primary season 2008, you're not alone. At one point in 2007, there were 16 candidates more…