Michael Kinsley

Michael Kinsley is a columnist for the Washington Post and the founding editor of Slate.

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Dec. 2 2005 7:08 AMCorrupt IntentionsWhat Cunningham's misdeeds illustrate about conservative Washington.
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Nov. 18 2005 6:09 AMWhat Abortion Debate?Why there is no honesty about Roe.
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Nov. 4 2005 5:15 AMHow Conservative Is "Too Conservative"?Rules for the Alito Games.
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Oct. 28 2005 3:39 AMNiger-Scooter-Plame-GateThe bewildering scandal of the moment.
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March 23 2004 1:27 PM350 Tax Increases?President Bush applies the Powell Doctrine to running for re-election.
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Jan. 29 2004 11:06 AMNever Say DieCandidates who aren't conceding anything.
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Jan. 15 2004 4:17 PMBlind, Deaf, and LameNo one listened to Paul O'Neill. Here's why.
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Jan. 2 2004 12:21 PMNovak AgonistesWhen two Washington dramas intertwine, the result is comedy.
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Dec. 11 2003 1:37 PMIraqing Their BrainsHow can the Democratic candidates escape the trap they set for themselves?
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Nov. 20 2003 1:58 PMAttack GeographyHey, buddy, who do you think you're calling "bucolic"?
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Nov. 6 2003 11:01 AMGrandfather-Clause PoliticsAre you one of the lucky few?
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Oct. 23 2003 3:16 PMPresident Bush's cynical stem-cell policy.
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Oct. 9 2003 1:14 PMGeneral AmnestyWhy do liberals swoon for a guy in uniform?
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Sept. 25 2003 3:23 PMHeartbreak CartelTen billion reasons why Iraq shouldn't rejoin OPEC.
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Sept. 11 2003 12:22 PM87 Billion ApologiesTake your money, Mr. President, but at least say you're sorry.
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Nov. 26 2005 8:19 AMFight or Flight?Cheney's weak argument in the war debate.
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Nov. 11 2005 11:42 AMA Tale of Two ConstitutionsBritain, land of freedom.
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Nov. 2 2005 12:31 PMTruth, Justice, and the American WayIs Scooter Libby innocent until proven guilty?
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Oct. 21 2005 12:01 AMAfter JudyThe New York Times' next First Amendment embarrassment.
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Feb. 5 2004 3:26 PMThe Pragmatists' PrimaryDesperately seeking electability.
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Jan. 22 2004 1:22 PMThe State of CompassionAfter four years of "compassionate conservatism"—what is it?
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Jan. 8 2004 4:52 PMFree Trade Butters"I'm for free trade but" usually means you're not for free trade at all.
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Dec. 18 2003 3:34 PMWhen Good News Is Bad NewsThe politics of mixed emotions.
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Dec. 4 2003 4:17 PMSkiing Through VietnamDoes it matter if a candidate dodged the draft?
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Nov. 13 2003 3:00 PMThe Limits of EloquenceDid Bush mean a word of his speech about democracy?
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Oct. 30 2003 3:24 PMStemming Stem CellsA case study in modern Washington dishonesty.
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Oct. 16 2003 2:08 PMPresident Bush won't read this story.
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Oct. 2 2003 12:24 PMJust Supposin'In defense of hypothetical questions.
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Sept. 17 2003 11:42 AMSpecial K StreetThe fantasy world of Washington meets the reality-based culture of Hollywood.
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Sept. 4 2003 12:00 PMZeitgeist SurfingIn 1977 Arnold Schwarzenegger thought of himself as a swinger. In 2003 he thinks of himself as governor.

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