Ron Brownstein looks at the success the Republicans have had recently in the polls and decides that the problem is that Obama hasn't done enough to blame Bush for everything that's gone wrong with the economy.
IBD wonders what exactly Americans are supposed to be thanking President Obama for. It's quite clear that he's broken his campaign promises about not raising any type of taxes at all on those earning less than $200,000 a year. And he's set us on a path where we're going to need massive tax increases.
Diana West examines how far the judges of the Pulitzer Prize have gotten from how Joseph Pulitzer described the purpose of the awards and criteria he wanted used when he established the prizes.
Why are black ministers working against the unions and Chicago politicians? Perhaps it is because they understand that opening a Wal-Mart in their community would be good for everyone.
The WSJ looks at what my new favorite governor, Chris Christie, is doing in New Jersey to address the state's emergency-level deficits. No wonder the public unions hate him. That's a sign that he's doing the right things.