About half a dozen members of Congress (from both political parties) thumbed their iPhones and BlackBerries and twittered while President Obama spoke about the economy and technology.
The stimulus debate, or lack thereof, proved beyond a doubt that forward-thinking individuals must join the netroots-driven political realignment happening across America to have meaningful impact.
Truth be told, it's actually been kind of a "talking points week" for me this week. On Monday, I wrote about how the Democrats need to frame the stim...
What is it with shoes this week? First we had the sale of Sarah Palin's "Double Dare" Naughty Monkey shoes on eBay. And now someone has erected a sta...
When it comes to the geography of climate politics, it doesn't break down along the much-ballyhooed "red state/blue state" divide.
Is it a coincidence that in the world's largest economy, whose military expenditure accounts for half the global total, the most senior posts dealing with money and war are still reserved for men?
As the manager of Obama's campaign, Plouffe steered the best-run presidential campaign in years. He efficiently matched man, message, money, and machine.
My weekly print column, Danation, usually takes a somewhat local bent, making it meaningful to only a slim percentage of HuffPo readers. But Barack Ob...
A small and inaccurate story aired last week by a local St. Louis television station that was on its way to being forgotten was given new life over the weekend by the Republican spin machine.
For Joe Biden, John McCain is not your friend and stop saying he is and stop calling him John. We're really tired of all you guys playing inside baseball with each other.
The possibility that Sarah Palin may well find herself one proverbial heartbeat away from the presidency has flushed out a hitherto buried issue, that of John McCain's age and health.
From The Stephanie Miller Show live at The Democratic National Convention. Sen. Claire McCaskill (D-MO) Rep. Chris Van Hollen (D-MD) ...
It is fair to say that none of the players in our drama were to blame. On the contrary, they all did their bits in earnest but, strangely, there was precious little sauce on the Q at this festive soul session.
Hillary Clinton didn't clinch the nomination, yet her impact on the process has been indisputable. There is a great deal for women to celebrate.
When it comes to electing the president, the better communicator almost always wins. This truth did not bode well for Hillary Clinton, nor does it look good for John McCain.
The Obama campaign has to be more selective in choosing its spokespeople, using more strong, smart advocates like Sen. Biden and Sen. Webb, and keeping Pelosi and Kerry as far away from the media as possible.