Maddow can afford to worry about whether "gay culture" will lose something if gay people can marry. Lots of gay couples can't. Simply put, her wealth and position insulates her from many of the worst injustices of marriage inequality.
While politics appear to be as divisive in nature as ever, Americans have managed to reach a consensus around one concept: government is broken.
Obama was a follower in leader's clothing from the beginning -- or, as Winston Churchill said about Clement Atlee, "a sheep in sheep's clothing."
The grocery is called The Old Creamery because that's what the building was in the 1800s. Looking around The Old Creamery, one sees people here care about historical preservation, community, and sustainability.
Three so-called top-tier Republican presidential candidates are, even as we speak, busy disavowing their inconvenient earlier statements by employing what an old boss of mine called the "Let's do a 180" strategy.
Even brilliance has its blindspots. Maddow's seems to be her continued fascination with Republicans who vote against their own proposals. It is not befuddling at all. With rare exceptions, Republicans never favored the positions they espoused in the first place.
There will be no double-dip recession, in spite of the wild rumors and S&P downgrade of U.S. debt to AA-plus. So what are the markets worried about?
WorldNetDaily is all too willing to put its rabidly anti-Obama agenda before the facts, as evidenced by their birther obsession and unhinged rhetoric.
Who can argue that cable TV teems with killer comedy? I mean, have you watched CNN, MSNBC or FOX News channels lately?
I have fond memories of Lady Bunny at various NYC club parties during my days as a nightclub cigarette "girl." Bunny has stood the test of drag-time and continues to entertain with her unique, over-the-top brand of humor.
Rachel Maddow argues, in one of her latest Spike Lee-directed commercials, that some goods and services need to be provided by the government because ...
HuffPost's Howard Fineman appeared Monday on MSNBC's 'The Rachel Maddow Show' to discuss the 2012 GOP presidential field. Mitt Romney was the focus of...
Despite valiant efforts from Sarah Palin, Donald Trump and Mitt Romney this past week, no one was able to steal the spotlight from Congressman Anthony Weiner.
The Rachel Maddow Show enjoys the highest degree of engagement, meaning minutes spent per month, among all the NBC News and MSNBC news programs, according to MSNBC.com president Charles Tillinghas.
To clarify once and for all, when it comes to the use of human shields, our official a Qaeda policy says YES, you can use them, but please, NO women.
Sitting by my television set watching the news and thumbing my Blackberry, I wrote this note to Cecile Richards, President of Planned Parenthood, on t...