Because I wanted as wide an audience as possible, I wrote this article the way I did. Because I know in advance that I'm "being observed," I changed my presentation. The same is true in politics.
Read Whole Story
President Obama this week has successfully put the Republican Party on the defensive. This could be a fleeting thing, or it could be the start of a whole new way for Obama's administration to operate.
There are two yardsticks for success. The first is to actually get something done, and get something passed; the other, to position the Democrats politically for the midterms, whether a bill gets passed or not.
I feel like the lone voice calling for the White House to wake up and go nuclear -- attach health care reform to the budget, which will only pass along party lines anyway, and get the job done.
WASHINGTON — Could this turn into something more than political theater? President Barack Obama's televised dialogue with Republican lawmakers o...
With the New York Public Library, the arts organization Creative Time has put together a zinger of a conference, with the Yes Men, Thomas Hirschorn, Suzanne Lacy, Dara Greenwald and more.
A lengthy and focused counterinsurgency effort might eventually produce results, but its chances of success are greatly diminished by the political climate in Afghanistan.
Greg Allgood will do almost anything to draw attention to the huge number of poor people - more than 1 billion - whose only drinking water is loaded with bacteria and viruses.
I heard commentators say Obama's comments while chairing the Security Council were "just words." Fair enough, but we haven't heard any words like these from a U.S. president for a long time.
The Putin-Medvedev "tandem" might not be an awkward political marriage of two paradigms but a clever good cop/bad cop arrangement.
The biggest shock in this trailer is that the film lacks the distinctive blue/grey palette of the first film.
Get top stories and blogs posts emailed to you each day.