I recently received a Facebook notification that my political preferences are being monitored. Facebook, shrewd detective that it is, scientifically ...
As a journalist, I've always loved Molly for her wisdom, politics and wicked sense of humor. My favorite quote of hers lately is the salient one to vote "with your heart" in primary elections but "with your head" in the general.
In the years following the events of September 11, 2001, the image of the US in the Middle East was at its lowest. There were demonstrations against the invasions of Afghanistan and Iraq in Egypt and elsewhere, along with calls to boycott US products.
It's August of a Presidential election year. Must be time for Democrats to play the race card.
Last week, Abu Zubaydah, who has been imprisoned at Guantanamo for 14 years without being charged with a crime, appeared for the first time before th...
Donald Trump's insinuation that Second Amendment supporters might be able to "do something" to stop a President Hillary Clinton is part of a disturbing trend that is not without consequences.
This election, according to most analysts, is in the bag for Hillary Clinton. Most predicting a landslide. That’s all good news for Democrats w...
Cruz has been quiet, these days, watching the show. Only recently, the world was calling his speech at the Republican National Convention political suicide. Might they soon be calling it his golden ticket to the White House?
Will she be hounded by the accusation that she doesn't have a true "mandate" from the people?
What would it take for one of these cowards to actually break from Trump? In all likelihood, they'd have to see hard evidence that their continued support for him is actually hurting them at the polls. Forget America First. For Ryan and McConnell, it's Me First.
I feel a certain sympathy for Donald Trump at the moment. After Khizr Khan delivered his Joseph Welch-like "Have you no dignity, sir" speech at last ...
Well, he's really done it this time, hasn't he?
Someday, someone will write a history of the U.S. national security state in the twenty-first century and, if the first decade and a half are any yardstick, it will be called something like State of Failure.
Appropriation of every type of visual art, music, dance... even cultural attributes has been taking place since the dawn of time.
If the United States electoral system seems a little convoluted to you, you're not the only one.
In an age where we talk incessantly about the virtues of equality, local empowerment, engagement, freedom of choice, small business and democracy, the forces of monopoly seem to be gaining ground, sowing elitist seeds that make society's relationships more volatile. Surely none of us play a role in all of this - or do we?