November 19, 2012
Once the FBI saw that it had uncovered an extramarital affair, not an affair of state, the agency should have reined in that rogue topless agent and called it a day. (Illustration by Paul Windle | Column by Margaret Carlson on Bloomberg View)

Once the FBI saw that it had uncovered an extramarital affair, not an affair of state, the agency should have reined in that rogue topless agent and called it a day. (Illustration by Paul Windle | Column by Margaret Carlson on Bloomberg View)

August 17, 2012
Paul Ryan is like Dick Cheney, another Man With a Plan. (Illustration by Kelsey Dake | Column by Margaret Carlson on Bloomberg View)

Paul Ryan is like Dick Cheney, another Man With a Plan. (Illustration by Kelsey Dake | Column by Margaret Carlson on Bloomberg View)

July 05, 2012
 Is being a stellar secretary of State the end of the political line for Clinton? (Illustration by Allison Krumwiede | Column by Margaret Carlson on Bloomberg View)

 Is being a stellar secretary of State the end of the political line for Clinton? (Illustration by Allison Krumwiede | Column by Margaret Carlson on Bloomberg View)

May 17, 2012
Rob Portman: The best of the Boring White Guys. (Illustration by Ted Parker | Column by Margaret Carlson on Bloomberg View)

Rob Portman: The best of the Boring White Guys. (Illustration by Ted Parker | Column by Margaret Carlson on Bloomberg View)

March 14, 2012
For a while there, it looked as if Republicans might be getting somewhere with women. (Illustration by Jing Wei | Column by Margaret Carlson on Bloomberg View)

For a while there, it looked as if Republicans might be getting somewhere with women. (Illustration by Jing Wei | Column by Margaret Carlson on Bloomberg View)

February 15, 2012
President Obama relieved Catholic institutions of the indignity of having to pay directly for contraception for their employees. So why did they raise hell? (Illustration by Andy Rementer | Column by Margaret Carlson on Bloomberg View)

President Obama relieved Catholic institutions of the indignity of having to pay directly for contraception for their employees. So why did they raise hell? (Illustration by Andy Rementer | Column by Margaret Carlson on Bloomberg View)

October 06, 2011
It’s one thing to support the death penalty. It’s quite another to relish it like fans cheering a winning touchdown. (Illustration by Matthew Hollister | Column by Margaret Carlson on Bloomberg View)

It’s one thing to support the death penalty. It’s quite another to relish it like fans cheering a winning touchdown. (Illustration by Matthew Hollister | Column by Margaret Carlson on Bloomberg View)