There should be no doubt left in anyone's mind that Scarborough is angling for the Oval Office chair. Whether or not he's genuinely fed up with all the reprehensible partisan bickering truly doesn't matter.
Oh dear -- we were booted out in the first round from the great Olympic election. And on my way to the Lyric's dress rehearsal Friday morning I saw a...
We've had the Birthers. We've had the Baggers. We've had the Deathers. Now, In light of the IOC's slapping down of Obama's face to face bid for the Olympic games to be held in Chicago, we're now suffering the Smuggers.
David Letterman makes this revelation about his personal life because he was being extorted. I understand he was staying ahead of the wave, and I commend him for it, but really, is this any of our business ?
The world didn't reject Obama. It's gotten the symbolism of his election. Now it's time to go beyond the symbols. Five hours of Obama isn't enough change.
Brazilians would be far better off if its populace refused to tolerate the rogues' gallery that populates its government. But despite its social problems, the Rio Olympics may be the most entertaining Games ever.
Brazil was among the last to enter into the current world recession, but is among the first to begin to emerge from the recession. And therein is why Chicago did not get the Olympics.
Losing the Olympics to Rio de Janeiro just shows that Dick Cheney, Glenn Beck, Rush Limbaugh and the Republicans have been right all along. Relying on reasoning, discussion and goodwill is bullshit.
Rio should be a tremendous source of pride for the millions of U.S.-born Hispanics whose familial roots stretch not only south of the border, but south of the hemisphere.
In choosing Rio de Janeiro to host the 2016 Summer Olympics, the IOC gave the people of South America its long-deserved first chance to see the Olympics come to their continent.
Count me as one conservative who is disappointed that President Obama's hometown will not be hosting the 2016 Olympic Games.
This is a victory for the people of Chicago, and the grassroots organizations who spoke out against the Olympic storm of gentrification, tax hikes, and police misconduct. Now it's time to stand tall with Rio.
Ironically, the city most known for its hardball politics couldn't overcome the internal politics of the Olympic Committee to make it past the first round of voting for the 2016 Games.
Chicago does not deserve the 2016 Summer Olympic Games. What the people of Chicago deserve is a domestic Marshall Plan -- an action agenda that will, once and for all, deal with the city's problems.
It seems to me that President Obama and Mayor Daley are more concerned about securing the Olympics for the city of Chicago than the safety of the CPS students in the city.
I am proud to note that while Brazil's turn to organize the Olympics has not yet come, it does not mean that we've shied away from competing. But it is one thing to play along, and another to offer the playing field.