William Kristol has finally said what we've all been thinking but were either too indulgent or PC to say: Michael Steele must go.
We can thank Gen. McChrystal, not only for his service to our country, but for his rant in Rolling Stone for finally stripping the bark off the battle. We learned a very important thing about what we're doing in Afghanistan through his career-ending candor.
Republican Party Chairman, Michael Steele was being "ordered to appear" at Rush Limbaugh's EIB (Excellence In Broadcasting) Florida compound to explai...
This knee-jerk criticism of Michael Steele is wrong-headed by the Dems -- and all too predictable from neoconservatives like Bill Kristol. The recklessness is Kristol's -- and the hubris the DNC's.
I am the Afghanistan Blogging Fellow for The Seminal and Brave New Foundation. You can read my work on The Seminal or at Rethink Afghanistan. The view...
Imagine the impact we could create this 4th of July if we invested the same amount of energy spent snarking at Steele into fighting for the troops, veterans, and military families he slighted.
Steele has repeatedly caused heartburn among Republicans for his own stubbornly independent streak. But this the chairman may have jumped the shark by labeling Afghanistan President Obama's war of "choice."
While it's been hard to top John Oliver's Daily Show coverage of the World Cup, Funny or Die's Almost Twins came close with one of their elaborate "high-five" videos for the occasion.
Until the G.O.P returns to its roots as the party insisting on the absolute equality of all human beings, for which it fought a bloody civil war, Michael Steele knows he is a man without a party.
Certain folk in Kentucky forsook their joe last week Something a spot more bitter was what they did seek Their guy beat Mitch McConnell's pick in the ...
Sam Stein was in another round of "Rapid Fire," taking to the airwaves with Republican strategist Ron Christie on "The Ed Show." During Monday's edit...
Rand Paul may hate discrimination, but not as much as he loves businesses having the right to do what they please, even if that means they discriminate.
Grown-ups in the Republican party (it's relative thing) understand the danger of the Rand Paul candidacy going national. That's why they opposed him in the first place.
The best news the Democrats have gotten all year is the chair of the Republican National Committee is going to keep his job.
The main result of 18 months of calling the Obama administration extremists is that it is the Republicans themselves who will seem like the extremists by the time November comes around.
Though the New Jersey state Supreme Court has taken progressive strides, the latest from Governor Christie this week was not an act of ideology -- it was an act of power.