I'm convinced that there's something pathological to Gingrich's lying and delusional perceptions of self. He's ruthless and cunning and devoid of reality.
On the anniversary of Biggie Smalls' death, I find myself thinking about the rapper as a cultural hero. Hip-hop, after all, is our dominant culture -- it socializes us, and teaches us about life.
At the Good Men Project Magazine, we want to believe that there are a few good men in politics. We need to believe it. So we spent the last few months looking for them.
Taxes. They don't like 'em. (Who does?) They've never liked 'em. But this time around, they've found a new reason not to like 'em. They breed uncertainty. Or so the Republicans keep telling us.
Saturday's rally was all about the weird theme that America's honor needs restoring, presumably because somebody's sullied it. But who?
It's easy for the famous last-named Cheneys, Kristols and Wallaces of the world to sanctimoniously lecture the rest of us on self-sufficiency when they had handouts from mommy and daddy instead of the government.
August in Washington means the beginning of the official "silly season" of politics. This is because Congress takes the whole month off, and politica...
If you want to be serious about being fiscally responsible then you can't have some sort of double standard where you hold the line on new spending but ignore the fact that tax cuts add to the deficit.
Certain folk in Kentucky forsook their joe last week Something a spot more bitter was what they did seek Their guy beat Mitch McConnell's pick in the ...
To nobody's surprise, Senator Kyl made it clear that the filibuster will be on the table for Obama's eventual Supreme Court nominee -- who does not yet exist -- whomever he or she may be.
Once again Fox News has spoken to the dumber-than-a-fifth-grader crowd, who doesn't understand that planet Earth is much bigger than the U.S., and that seasonal winter storms do not refute decades of data.
I don't believe Sarah Palin will become president but if, God forbid, she does, I expect that the neocons would be disappointed. As untutored as she is, she is no dummy. And she does not like being handled.
If Sarah Palin were truly to "go rogue," to defy establishment "wisdom" of both parties, she'd take on big bad (shadow) government and stop parroting the mantra of "small government."
Just when you find yourself thinking that Sarah Palin couldn't possibly do anything else to embarrass herself, there she is, caught red-handed -- well, black- or blue-handed.
Fox News' first segment on James O'Keefe's arrest was as funny as it was disappointing. During the report, Tim Gaughan called the news a "very weird story that probably needs a lot of context and a lot of looking into."