Americans are angry with the Obama administration, and the Obama administration is angry with -- bloggers? The left-leaning media? What's wrong with this picture?
Arianna appeared on MSNBC's "The Rachel Maddow Show" Wednesday night to discuss Democrats running from their own party and platform in their reelectio...
The Republicans of 2010 are all about ear-plugged "Lalalala! Can't hear you!" loud noises. The filibustering is unmatched on the Democratic side. The brazen, hubristic flaunting of obvious hypocrisy is unmatched. But still, it's "both sides."
HuffPost reporter Sam Stein appeared on "The Rachel Maddow Show" Tuesday night to discuss President Barack Obama's call on Democratic voters Monday to...
The book promotion can't stop... not even from the ICU. For the majority of authors, we struggle to be a constant Twitter wit and intrepid blogger, pouncing on any shred of breaking news that might be an excuse to mention your tome.
We liberals cannot afford exaggerating our differences when what we need to do is reaffirm our common commitment to progressive government with fiscal responsibility.
When it comes to the political talking heads crowding the media platform, who, if any, do we trust the most and the least? Are the facts important or is it all just entertainment?
Here's the bottom line: the GOP "Pledge for America" will raid your money to make their rich patrons even richer. The middle class will continue to wither away, and those who manage to hold on will be worse off than ever.
Did Bill Clinton save liberalism or kill it? Did he reverse or even slow the conservatism that had dominated national politics since the election of Ronald Reagan in 1980, or did he surrender to it?
While Bill Clinton might not have been as progressive as Rachel Maddow and other progressives might have wished, he was right for his time and is passing into history with distinction and grace.
The Clinton/Maddow spat is just a passing fancy. But the nature of Clinton's defense of himself says something deeply depressing about the shifting center of gravity of political discourse in an era of historically high levels of inequality.
Seeing the film "Gasland" in Pennsylvania could get your name circulated to law enforcement officials eager to protect the gas drilling industry from ordinary citizens like you.
Ever wonder why voting for the candidate you most want can result in election of the candidate you dislike the most? Welcome to the funhouse mirror qualities of plurality voting.
Conservatives abhor all the liberal ideas of foolish spending on social programs that they believe only serve to create lazy, dependent parasites sucking the life blood of hard-working taxpayers.
Scott McAdams, the Democrat running for the U.S. Senate in Alaska against Tea Party candidate Joe Miller, is a burly dark-haired guy who looks every b...
In the absence of a brand, Democrats have had to disproportionately rely on prodigy politicians, such as Bill Clinton and Barack Obama, as well as scaring voters into believing that Republicans are too radical to govern.