That we, as a society, once again have the energy to protest and dissent, is actually a hopeful sign that after being knocked for a loop in recent years we're finding our footing anew.
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Why should I care if the guy from Montana who questioned Obama is a proud member of the NRA? Why? Is the NRA going to pay his medical bills when his gun accidentally goes off?
Finally, we have an extreme right-wing personality making the rounds in the corporate media who tears down the facade of "legitimacy" the Far Right bestows upon its craziest enthusiasts.
Morris implies that cutting back on cesareans and encouraging natural childbirth would do a disservice to the health of mothers and babies -- an implication that is patently false.
Once -- just once -- I'd like to see Bill O'Reilly or Bernard Goldberg express regret for the possibility, however remote, that they contributed to an act of violence.
For all of the suspicion and projection upon her, Speaker Pelosi is really like a mom making her kids behave politely at a fancy restaurant.
NEW YORK — There were plenty of familiar faces on-screen during TV coverage of President Barack Obama's economic stimulus plan, people like Jame...
The mighty O'Reilly, unlike so many others, got it: stigmatizing people stinks. Words matter. People don't need to scoff at others to make a point.
Rarely did a week go by during the general election that Morris predicted the 180-degree opposite of what would eventually transpire. It was astounding for its consistency.
The ink is not yet dry on his Inaugural Address, and the sober but inspiring words breathed through the chill of a January afternoon and a collapsing ...
Some Republicans praising Barack Obama's election as a wonderful milestone may actually be sincere. While others come off like the sneaky little shit who brings brass knuckles to a fistfight.
Today's "Right Wing World" from the Stephanie Miller Show features a day without gays info, Alex Castellanos, Bill O'Reilly, Dick Morris, and comically challenged talker Dennis Miller.
pa·thet·ic [puh-thet-ik] 1. causing or evoking pity, sympathetic sadness, sorrow, etc.; pitiful; pitiable: a pathetic letter; a pathetic sight. affe...
Michelle Malkin wrote a book called: In Defense of Internment. The book essentially defends the internment of Japanese Americans during World War Two.
This election season reached new heights in Oracular nonsense, kick-started by Dick Morris' 2005 volume "Condi vs. Hillary."
In the course of the debate, McCain was outclassed, outgunned and outrun, time and time and time again. Obama's performance was so commanding that he barely noticed a petulant McCain.
John McCain may, as he often claims, know how to win a war, but he doesn't seem to understand how to win an election.
They have been the preferred adjectives for the Obama campaign when going after its opponent. Following a John McCain misstatement, policy shift, or h...
Who really killed those Unitarians? The economic system that batters people like Jim Adkinson until they snap, then tells them their real enemies are gays and liberals and secular humanists?
These right-wing pundits make their money and serve their political agenda by telling people like Jim Adkisson that liberal Americans are treacherous and mentally ill enemies of the state.
Dick Morris inevitably had something rotten to say about Clinton. Why all the hostility? What could she have done to him to create this negativity? Then it hit me like a frying pan in a slapstick movie.
Morris and McGann slam the Obama health plan for its alleged generous coverage of undocumented immigrants. How can the Post print an op-ed whose core factual premise is transparently false?
In the New York Post, political consultant Dick Morris cries that Obama wants to provide health insurance to undocumented immigrants as part of his plan to cover the 47 million uninsured Americans.
As a former advisor to Morgan Tsvangirai, I want to offer observations on the recent attempt by President Bush to appear less despotic than the reviled president of Zimbabwe, Robert Mugabe.
The real message of Tuesday's primaries is not that Hillary won. It's that she didn't win by enough.
The race is over.
The results are already cle...
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