Nobody listens to Alberto Gonzales in large part because, putting it charitably, he was not merely an unprincipled attorney general but an uninspired one. Of course, we also tune him out because we can't be sure he's telling the truth.
Sunday mornings just aren't the same anymore. The days of spending hours leisurely reading the Sunday paper and watching the network news shows are a ...
Time and time again, Elizabeth Cheney is given air time to scare, repeatedly lie and to desperately try to polish the scorched name of her disgraced father. She's a disembodied voice that gives false comfort to the fringes.
Yesterday's announcement by acclaimed musicians that they were signing onto our National Campaign to Close Guantanamo Bay generated a harsh response from Liz Cheney and Bill Kristol.
By lobbying to keep Guantanamo Bay open, Liz Cheney's group is helping keep alive one of the greatest recruiting posters that al Qaeda ever had.
We've seen the rush to war before -- in Iraq in 2003. That cost me 4,351 (and counting) of my fellow brothers and sisters-in-arms, all for a false threat the Bush Administration sold.
HuffPost's Editor, Roy Sekoff, went on the Ed Show to discuss the new recruitment ad put out by Liz Cheney's group, Keep America Safe. The ad include...
In the end, Liz Cheney and Keep America Safe are just a re-run of what was already tried and failed in 2008. Namely, using the veil of fear to mask an un-informed, false, and weak position.
It's absolutely unconscionable that the negative reaction to a sitting US President for receiving the Nobel Award would cause the Nobel Committee to defend its decision.
HuffPost's Editor, Roy Sekoff, appeared on The Ed Show tonight to discuss the new group Liz Cheney has launched, Keep America Safe, which attempts to ...
We should all be damned if we allow a group of cowards to cheerlead other peoples' children to their deaths or permanent injuries again without first putting themselves in the thick of battle.
A reporter should know the difference between a line from a stump speech and spontaneous sharing. Not being able to tell one from the other is kind of...
We arranged for the rich to get richer, the sick to get sicker, and the uneducated to stay that way.
I know for sure that Obama's speech on health care was good because Rush Limbaugh thought it was "disgusting, reprehensible, embarrassing, petulant, divisive and crude."
Max Baucus tasked a former executive of a company that was penalized for rescinding the insurance policies of sick people with writing the most powerful health care reform proposal to be crapped out of the Senate.
Glenn Beck can't stop embarrassing himself, Pat Buchanan can't stop defending Hitler, and Chris Wallace can't stop sucking up to Dick Cheney.