James Carville should be ashamed of himself.
His wife, Republican Mary Matalin, somehow convinced him to sign a letter to the sentencing judge for Lew...
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If he pardons Libby, he'll further harm his standing among the rest of the country. If he does not, he's going to lose even more of his base.
This column marks my first anniversary posting here on the Huffington Post.
[This is going to be a completely narcissistic column, so if that sort of ...
Robert Novak recently wrote an article that is reverberating around the right-wing echo chamber. The key idea is summed up in the final paragraph:
Good news is popping up in the political fight to end the war in Iraq. What may surprise you is that it's coming from the Republicans in Congress.
There are several tactics that are currently being discussed among Democratic leaders. Here are the major options as I see them now.
The big question Democrats should be asking themselves is whether to use a carrot or a stick to bring Republicans over to the "end the war" side.
If you want to get on national television with a stunt, have a message guaranteed to annoy people, and really enrage your school's principal -- then you've got to word the message carefully.
In the midst of the immigration debate, an old chestnut has been revived by Republicans: declaring English the national language. But what happens if Puerto Rico becomes the 51st state of the Union?
Thank whatever you hold holy that the ACLU released this "Presidential Advance Manual" as yet another damning example of the Bush administration's contempt for the both the Constitution and the Bill of Rights.
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