Dear John, I feel compelled to write you again. You still owe me that $258. I admit, the letter I sent to your home address in 2008 was a bit testy...
The story of candidate Obama's failures in presidential primary states like Pennsylvania and Massachusetts was remarkably similar to the story coming out of last night's loss in the Massachusetts Senate race.
What makes the beautiful, curvaceous comic and actress so relatable, is that she knows how to relay anecdotes with a disarming wit as she transcends politics and aims right at the truth.
After one year in the White House, I think most of us are still happy and relieved that Barack Obama is our president, despite the few disappointments and miscalculations we each personally attribute to him.
Dear President Obama: Be audacious again. Give us more of the Obama we fell in love with.
Martha Coakley may not be a great campaigner, but she's worked and voted for the same causes Ted Kennedy did, while her opponent, Scott Brown, is a right wing Republican who's opposed everything Kennedy ever stood for.
We have come a long way since the Civil Rights movement. But we still have a long way to go. Holding people accountable for using outdated terminology will help ensure we keep moving in the right direction.
Choice of words aside, was Reid wrong? That is, has Obama benefitted politically from being "light-skinned" and for not having a distinctive black dialect?
I can't wait to read Game Change, Mark Halperin's and John Heilemann's salacious new book about the 2008 presidential race, because they apparently rush in where I feared to tread when I was there.
MEMORANDUM FROM: Rudy Giuliani, NYC mayor on 9/11/01 TO: Revisionist & Sons Publishing Co.
When historians update the history of the United States and ponder when we lost our way and punted the mantle of global supremacy to China, they'll conclude this past decade was the turning point.
Years from now, when history strokes its pen to tell the story of the 2008 presidential election, how will it capture in words a moment whose full meaning can be conveyed only with emotion?
The release of Sarah Palin's book, Going Rogue, has been an occasion of great frivolity amongst those of us on the left.
I have not seen much evidence of Obama being in touch with small-town Kentucky, but after reading David Plouffe's new book, The Audacity to Win, I have become convinced that he knows what it takes to run a business.
What will Obama do in Afghanistan? Without jobs, can Democrats win the next round of elections? And a second look at the Fort Hood massacre.