- Opinion Writer
Dana Milbank writes about political theater in the nation’s capital. He joined The Post as a political reporter in 2000, after two years as a senior editor of The New Republic and eight years with the Wall Street Journal. He is also the author of three political books: Tears of a Clown (2010), Homo Politicus (2008) and Smashmouth (2001). He lives in Washington.
Faced with the consequences of unions’ demise, Americans are reconciling with the movement.
If she’s serious in her commitment to campaign-finance reform, she doesn’t have to wait until the election.
The large number of contenders means a candidate is likeliest to get attention when there’s a screw-up.
Where George Bush was decisive, his brother is as firm as Jell-O.