The unfortunate truth is that bullying is a cornerstone of human nature. Whether it's a product of evolution, genetics or society is beyond me to say, but its prevalence suggests that there is a bully in all of us.
John Walsh's old-fashioned politics may turn out to be the deciding factor in the president's margin of victory in Massachusetts and whether or not Scott Brown remains a U.S. Senator.
Knowing women have an advantage in the areas of perceived honest and ethics, opponents try to knock female candidates off their political pedestals by launching negative attacks early in their campaigns.
Arianna appeared on MSNBC's 'Morning Joe' alongside Massachusetts senate candidate Elizabeth Warren, to discuss JPMorgan CEO Jamie Dimon's appearance ...
The actual politics of Massachusetts defy conventional wisdom and create greater shades of gray. It's in these areas that Scott Brown may well find the key to his re-election.
Much of the conversation around the activist, OWS, foreclosure defense community invariably gets to, "How do they sleep at night?" I'm pretty sure they sleep very well. Why wouldn't they?
Karl Rove's protégé, Jim Burnett, is trying to convince Massachusetts voters that a non-controversy is so important that they should vote against their better interests.
We need more teachers -- not just in the classroom, but in Congress.
Scott Brown has carefully cultivated a nice-guy image. For many Massachusetts voters, that's all they know about Brown: he seems like a nice guy. But what few people know is that Brown relies heavily on Karl Rove-style tactics and practitioners of his slash-and-burn politics.
My own heritage is a concrete example of what bigotry in hand with indifference to justice can do to a family history.
Anyone who reads Scott Brown's letter carefully can see it for the transparent and disingenuous attempt by Brown that it is to look concerned about the havoc in the financial markets.
In the latest Rasmussen poll, Scott Brown is tied 45-45 with Elizabeth Warren. The voters don't seem to be buying Brown's brutal attacks on Warren, nor do they seem to be buying Brown himself.
How could you spend a $100,000 writing a book about your own life? By hiring a ghost writer. And not just any ghost writer. Lyric Winik, the very same ghost writer Laura Bush used to write her own memoir.
I believe both Senator Rubio and Elizabeth Warren when they talk about their family histories. I believe both of them heard those stories for years in their families and just repeated them. Big deal. No one died. Let's move on to more substantive issues.
Elizabeth Warren is going to keep taking on the big Wall Street special interests that are funding Scott Brown's campaign. Scott Brown is going to keep going to the old school, Dick Nixon-inspired Republican playbook.
In a Washington full of revolving-door sellouts who effortlessly glide between special-interest sinecures and government jobs earning personal fortunes on the payroll of the 1 percent, Elizabeth Warren will never sell her public conscience for private wealth.