With two and a half weeks to go, the debate phase of the competition is at last at…
In my current debate story I quote a body-language expert named Jack Brown on a surprising aspect of Donald Trump’s…
There’s no way to tell which moments might end up being remembered from last night’s first Clinton-Trump debate. Perhaps…
Details later, because I start very early tomorrow morning, but: in the history of debates I’ve been watching through my…
He had the chance to hit a home run, as a big, slow pitch came right over the middle of the plate. He chose not to swing.
In honor of the just-begun new Chinese Year of the Monkey, and in keeping with the Chinese fondness for numbering…
Let’s start with the First Rule of Terrorism, which this era’s attackers either know instinctively or have learned. That…
Why do partisans and analysts say things that aren't true? Because there's no cost to doing so.
Obama's best performance, and Romney's worst
Has a commander-in-chief learned how to get under a CEO's skin?
'If you throw a knife, he'll respond with a knife.' A hidden mind-game in the debate?
A wish-list for Bob Schieffer
The first debate left us with an image of Obama scowling. This one, with a very different image of Romney.
Obama and Romney both show us different things from the first time around.
The debate probably didn't move many votes, but it had some interesting implications.
Both men did fine; Biden did more than that.
Is the president too 'prissy' to make this simple argument?
A check list for the points made, and missed, tonight.
"There you go again," "it takes a lot of brass," and other lines unspoken
One nation, divisible.