While Waxman-Markey is weak medicine for a very sick planet, it's a whole lot better than taking the poor orb behind the Milky Way and shooting it.
NRA officials seem to say one thing while their surrogates say another. Either NRA leaders are afraid of showing their weakness, or they have lost control of their message -- or both.
Raising a child with severe medical or physical deformities tests you and sentences you to a life filled with many obstacles both emotionally and financially.
The Cheney model for the post-vice presidency seems to be to become the party's lead attack dog. It is difficult to fathom why Cheney has chosen to do this, but supporters of Obama should not be ungrateful.
Republicans, if your party ever wants to come in from w-a-a-y out of the wilderness, you need to lighten up, suck it up and shut the hell up for at least a few weeks.
Today, I received the note from Senator Bob Menendez promising Obama-time for a select few picked from those who kick in five bucks to the Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee.
With all the presidential advice Lucky received this past weekend from the above-mentioned, she is well on her way to being appointed White House Pet Correspondent to Bo Obama.
The mix of Beltway media personalities and Hollywood types was jarring but fun.
When Obama became president, the country was reeling economically, directionless in foreign policy, losing credibility abroad and suffering a crisis of confidence at home. He has begun to turn all of this around.
So we have a lawless world and the president can do what he wants to do (didn't we just see how that turns out?) and somehow that is standing up for the rule of law.
If you wonder what you'll be missing when newspapers vanish, consider these two stories that deal with the infuriating decisions rendered by the bureaucrats in the service of the United States.
Both amateur and professional casting directors alike are abuzz with the glorious possibilities contained in the news that HBO Films is making a film about the '08 campaign.
Why have not political advertising execs focused on this new neuromarketing tool for measurement and for creative planning?
I'd say there's about a zero percent chance that Stan Greenberg released this without the blessing of his good friend David Axelrod.
They ran such a supremely pragmatic and logical campaign that the way the administration is now handling this banking crisis continues to baffle.
On the biggest economic issues of the day, the administration is saying contradictory things, raising questions about who is really in charge in the administration.