On primetime, Latinos have no Al Sharpton, no Joy Reid, no Donna Brazile, no Eugene Robinson, no Oprah Winfrey. Even though Latinos are 50 million strong and clearly decided the 2012 election, they are largely absent from the production, writing and telling of their stories.
These folks are what we refer to as the looney tunes fringe of the electorate. They have a right to their own opinion and we would like to see them have rights as individuals clustered together to secede from the United States.
In the absurdity that has become the Republican Primary we have increasingly had to look to comedians to make sense of the whole mess, by exposing hypocrisy and speaking truth to power.
Last night's Former Speaker of the House, Newt Gingrich, prematurely threw down the gauntlet challenging President Obama to seven, three-hour Lincoln-...
Gingrich was right about the scar, but my search through the collected speeches and writings of President Andrew Jackson turns up no statement similar to the one Gingrich evoked.
Matalin and Reagan debate whether a) the GOP risks political suicide by refusing the Pay-Your-Bills Ceiling increase and b) should we care if Bachmann gets headaches or just gives them? Also, is Warren winning? Murdoch?
The time has come to take the next step and ask whether we can in fact exist at all without an external enemy, without anti-Semitism.
A video filmed by right-wing activists that apparently shows NPR's chief fundraiser disparaging conservatives was just the latest in a series of dishonestly edited 'stings' by muckraker James O'Keefe.
The stations' interests and NPR's interests are no longer aligned. That is the elephant in the studio. Schiller tried to improve the stations' lot, but in the end, the stations will fear a stronger NPR.
If you remember learning to count from Sesame Street, you should be ready to howl like the Count if the show gets killed.
Colorado Representative Doug Lamborn's op-ed, calling for the defunding of the Corporation for Public Broadcasting, is truly one of the most disingenuous pieces of propaganda I have ever read.
Could the Williams matter have been better handled? Most agree that it could have. Does a bungled personnel matter serve as justification to gut all federal funding for this insightful news organization? Absolutely not.
Ellen Weiss is out, and the word has almost certainly gushed through the NPR management pipeline to tread even more carefully from here on out to insure that no conservative feathers are ruffled.
During a period when free speech is under attack almost like never before in the United States, a small victory has been recorded. The background: A ...