Stories by Matthew Yglesias

Matthew Yglesias is a staff writer at The American Prospect. subscribe to Matthew Yglesias's feed

Posted on: Dec 16, 2008, Source: The American Prospect

Even after all this time, Bush views the Iraq War with regret not over anything he did, but rather, over something that was done to him.

Posted on: Jul 1, 2007, Source: Washington Monthly

Political consulant Bob Shrum knows how to lose presidential campaigns -- he's done it three times for with Kennedy, Gore and Kerry. And now he's written his memoirs.

Posted on: Feb 16, 2007, Source: The American Prospect

'Liberal' hawks are stuck on blaming Bush's incompetent handling of the Iraq war instead of arguing that we should never have invaded in the first place.

Posted on: Jan 25, 2007, Source: The American Prospect

Wes Clark is the latest to be caught up in the rigged rules for discussing Israel-related issues in America.

Posted on: Aug 1, 2006, Source: The American Prospect

The president's ignorance, on display for the world to see, would be hilarious if it weren't so dangerous.

Posted on: Jun 26, 2006, Source: The American Prospect

Forget those early estimates about the cost of our failed war in Iraq; the final tally is likely to be over $1 trillion.

Posted on: Dec 26, 2005, Source: The American Prospect

Bush wants to spread democracy abroad -- and dismantle it at home.

Posted on: Oct 27, 2005, Source: The American Prospect

When it comes to the Human Life Amendment, conventional wisdom is dead wrong.

Posted on: Jan 25, 2005, Source: The American Prospect

Destroying Social Security does nothing to advance individual freedom.

Posted on: Aug 24, 2004, Source: The American Prospect

Bush tried to take credit for bringing Iraq to the Olympics; their soccer team gave him what he deserved.

Posted on: Jun 30, 2004, Source: The American Prospect

As soon as the domestic policy debate moves off "the economy" and toward social policy issues, Democrats will win every time.

Posted on: Jun 23, 2004, Source: The American Prospect

Did the Bush administration deliberately split semantic hairs to mislead the nation into war?