Palin has never really been asked about the Branchflower report, nor has she publicly responded to it, save a shouted reply to a group of reporters that she was "vindicated" by the report's findings.
McCain has previously said he was "proud of everyone attending our rallies" which includes Paul Schenck who has been linked to numerous acts of violence, including the murder of Dr. Barnett Slepian.
The notion of preconditions happens to be the crux of one of the most important foreign policy issues being debated between Obama and McCain -- you'd think Palin would understand this.
Just three weeks before Election Day, Florida has a blue tinge! Sunshine State Democrats - mindful of the fiasco in 2000 which gave the Presidency t...
When you hear the words "you have cancer" from a doctor standing in front of you, your brain and heart go numb. Bravo to Katie Couric, Brian Williams and Charlie Gibson for their show of solidarity to raise money to fight cancer.
Last week a mix of water and sanitation experts gathered for World Water Week in Stockholm, Sweden to mull over the world's biggest public health crisis. The problem is that not enough people paid attention.
Stay tuned! Rest assured there's more "election coverage" coming at you from one of the many "best political teams" on television. My advice: Switch to C-Span.
Williams is likely to continue to obsess about two issues throughout the interview: Iran's nuclear program and Ahmadinejad's rhetoric on Israel.
Don't ask cliche questions. He is not like President Sarkozy and will not leave the interview. As long as you are not rude, he will respond to whatever you ask -- he actually enjoys it.
The Times writer who profiled Limbaugh is pretty much a Dittohead, a Limbaugh devotee. So of course there was no reason to fear a "hit job." The whole...
Please NBC, let Brokaw resume his status as elder statesmen and reminder to us all of a generation of newsmen who seemed to think that they were better and smarter than their viewers.
Every four years there's some guy trying to get at us in the steamy back seat of his gas-guzzling muscle car. I say we keep our skirts down. You know the drill: Just say no.
The most visible absence created by Russert's death -- the empty moderator's chair at Meet the Press -- may be an easier void to fill than Russert's behind-the-scenes expertise as DC bureau chief.