It's suddenly 1999 again, when we all thought that accurately calling a candidate "unqualified" would make him a laughing stock. But the joke was on us: the cheap shots generated controversy, which helped land him in the White House.
Palin has always been fast and loose with the truth, but her duplicity about the pipeline extends far beyond whether it is currently being built or not -- it is not -- but whether or not it ever will be built.
It's all negative all the time now in the TV ad wars. For once, Obama has stolen a march on McCain in the campaign hit parade. And his attack strategy seems to be much more on the axis of decision for this election.
The notion that there's any serious doubt over the meaning of the Bush Doctrine is as credible as the notion that there is any serious doubt in the scientific community on the basic reality of global warming.
Two New York women decided to speak out against Sarah Palin by sending an email to their friends asking them to fight back. The email ended up getting sent around the world, and now women from all over the globe have responded on how they view the Alaska governor.
Barack needs to pay attention to a base of Black voters, not to take them for granted. Black America needs to be addressed on its key issues. Forty-six percent of Black America did not vote in the last presidential race.