David Gregory appears to have had an epiphany of sorts. Otherwise, what could account for his aggressive interview of perpetual Obama apologist and DNC Chair, Debbie Wasserman Schultz?
A funny thing is happening in the Republican race for president: Newt Gingrich, with all his political and personal warts, is starting to look good again to conservative voters.
To have a historically credible media outlet like CNN help perpetuate the notion that Donald Trump is a serious ideas person or policy mind ultimately reflects very poorly not just on CNN, but on the country.
If NBC's David Gregory had asked just a couple of follow-up questions of Michele Bachmann on Meet the Press last Sunday, he would have found that her anecdote about how "Obamacare" will lead to economic ruin doesn't stand up to scrutiny.
The Crazy Party took a step closer to nominating a presidential candidate who makes even moderate Republicans' skin crawl.
Monday night's GOP presidential debate in Manchester, NH was also a real snoozer, with more talk of God, gays and Obama than each other. Apparently these folks forgot that before they get to run against Obama they need to battle amongst themselves.
The Sunday news shows often set the tone for the upcoming political week. As the same voices drone on, Bernie Sanders' repeated absence means the political and media elites are overlooking the forces squeezing working and middle class Americans.
If Democrats were smart, they'd co-opt Kathy Hochul's winning strategy and aggressively run with it nationally all the way to November 2012. The GOP's attack on Medicare is the absolute perfect bumper-sticker issue for them.
Now all Americans can breathe a huge sigh of relief because the Centers for Disease Control just posted instructions so we can all adequately prepare for "Zombie Armageddon."
We live in a digital age of 24/7 news coverage. Where anything and everything will end up on YouTube. But it's not the media that's responsible for making people like Palin, Gingrich, Donald Trump, Michele Bachmann and countless others look foolish.
GE, America's largest corporation, provides the classic example of how the modern corporate state operates.
Richard Lewis is on the phone, shot out of a cannon almost as soon as you pick up the receiver.
How lunatic-fringe do the House Republicans have to be before President Obama starts calling them out? These cuts have nothing to do with reasonable fiscal policy -- they are pure ideological retribution against government.
As Politico reports, Birtherism, the claim that President Obama was not born in the U.S. and is therefore in office illegitimately, is alive and well ...
Most Americans would not know the name Robert M. Ball -- the man who spent his career improving and defending the most successful and popular program in the nation's history: Social Security.