February 29, 2012 Mitt Romney won the Michigan and Arizona primaries yesterday. Brian Fairrington questions whether the former Mass. governor can confidently reclaim frontrunner status, while Joe Heller sees presidential politics as one more reason to wallow in a February funk.
February 29, 2012 The U.S. Postal Service says it can make itself profitable by cutting 223 processing facilities and up to 35,000 jobs. The news is a dead letter to both Adam Zyglis and John Cole.
February 28, 2012 Republicans are trying to make rising gas prices a political issue. Joel Pett agrees with President Obama's explanation while Steve Kelley thinks the President is not really pursuing an "all-of-the-above-energy" policy.
February 27, 2012 Jim Day finds it hard to digest Representative Ron Paul's campaign positions, while Tim Eagan channels George Romero to explain what keeps Newt Gingrich in the race.
February 26, 2012 With the Michigan and Arizona primaries only a few days away, Mitt Romney and Rick Santorum have been trying to improve how the public perceives them. Dave Granlund doesn't buy Romney as a "true" conservative, while Randall Enos finds little sanctum in Santorum's use of religion in his campaign.
February 25, 2012 The deaths of two U.S. servicemen are being blamed on the improper disposal of Qurans at Bagram Air Base in Afghanistan. Nick Anderson thinks the U.S. should have seen it coming, while Vance Rodewalt doesn't think it's possible to make the proposed peace talks any more tentative.
February 24, 2012 Christo Komarnitski wonders how much Angela Merkel's Germany and Nicolas Sarkozy's France will have to lend Greece to save the eurozone economy. Martin Sutovec worries there will never be enough.
February 23, 2012 Gasoline prices have hit an all time high (for the winter driving season) and are expected to climb even higher. Rick McKee thinks it's an Obama administration goal, while Dave Fitzsimmons blames increasing tensions with Iran.
February 22, 2012 Rick Santorum has made religion an big part of his campaign. Signe Wilkinson thinks he is overplaying his faith, while Mike Lester has a harsh view of those who don't ascribe to Santorum's beliefs. Would you like to hear more from the candidates about their religious views? Tell us in the comments.
February 21, 2012 How close is Iran to developing nuclear weapons? Rick McKee strikes back at Tehran's claims of peaceful intentions, while Jimmy Margulies wonders if President Obama can postpone an Israeli response.
February 20, 2012 Xi Jinping, on track to be China's next leader, is visiting the United States. Dave Granlund has the low cost of Chinese manufactured goods in mind while Cam Cardow assesses their true price.
February 19, 2012 The highly combustible mix of religion and politics continues to drive the contraceptive controversy. Chip Bok debunks the miracle of cost-free birth control, while Jen Sorensen has a vision of a world where chauvinism has had a sex change.
February 18, 2012 President Obama submitted his 2013 budget to Congress. John Cole sees it as a political document and Lee Judge thinks it will get treated as such.
February 17, 2012 Mark Twain once wrote, "The dog is a gentleman; I hope to go to his heaven, not man's." Will voters take into account the way Mitt Romney treated his dog Seamus, and the way President Obama treats Bo? Dave Granlund and Mike Luckovich sink their canines in.
February 16, 2012 With riots and party defections, Greece's parliament approved further budget cuts to avoid default. Neither Dave Fitzsimmons nor Tom Janssen see the likelihood that a lasting solution has been reached.
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