Whether it's GOP head Michael Steele, pols, or right wing media spinheads, conservatives have been giddily regurgitating ad nauseum about how the "country is undergoing a massive shift to the right," as Sean Hannity disingenuously boasts.
No one is excited about globalization anymore. Trends in everything from social networking to environmental awareness and foodie culture have exponentially increased our interest in all things local.
After taking a look at Obama's numbers for the month, we continue our march backwards through history, this month serving up a comparison between Obama and Richard Nixon's term-and-a-half.
In this day and age, given the highly-charged partisan climate and what's at stake, if anyone puts work ethic before positions, they should be ashamed of themselves.
The President is keeping up with the country rather than leading it. That is never a sure prescription for success in a crucial election year.
Sen. Snowe said that the Democrats are "pushing too hard too fast." Yeah ... too fast. That's the problem with health care reform. We've been moving too fast.
Originally published on Youthradio.org, the premier source for youth generated news throughout the globe. By: Will Nelligan Nearly a week ago, my ed...
From the moment they took office, the White House message should've consisted of just one word: jobs. Every advisor on every Sunday morning show should've repeated it like a mantra: We're putting America back to work.
This plan represents a simple solution to pursuing all the best aspects of choice, quality and access in our American medical system, without the need to add any new taxes or increasing national debt.
So much for reconciliation -- apparently, when the GOP uses it, it's a legitimate legislative tool, but the Democrats refuse to touch the one potent weapon at hand.
"Some things make the markets go higher, some things make the markets go lower," Jim Cramer told the viewers of his "Mad Money" TV show last Monday. ...
This past Tuesday night, the politics of positioning beat the politics of branding. As it frequently does. Scott Brown figured it would. As Barack Obama did in 2008.
The way we are currently practicing, managing and governing health care is delivering much less care at much more cost, and it's getting worse.
I hate to nit-pick, but is it possible that Martha Coakley lost her bid to become Senator of Massachusetts not because people knew her too little but...
The following is purely bi-partisan in its vitriol, but the crystallizing moment occurred on Tuesday when a former nude model with a truck beat a bori...
It's about time to start fighting for the little guy and against the fat cats. It's about time to start fighting, when it comes right down to it.