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Band of Brothers Who Don't Kill
Author of Loose Change and JOAN: Forty Years of Life, Loss, an...
Joe Klein, best-selling author of Primary Colors, presents in his game-changing book, Charlie Mike, which is military speak for "Continue the mission." He asserts that this generation of vets is a huge, untapped resource for aiding and improving our country
For Spike Lee, D.C. Protest Amounts to 'Do the Right Thing'
Political television reporter, FiOS-TV/RNN; Author, 'No Momma'...
I have interviewed Spike many times over the years on TV, but on this day he was among the thousands of protesters in the nation's capital.
'We Tortured Some Folks,' But 'That's Not Who We Are'
Joseph A. Palermo
Author, historian, professor
Allowing CIA career employees or contractors to get away with torturing people free from legal accountability telegraphs to the rest of the world that the United States reserves unto itself the right to commit war crimes.
Abortion: Four Centuries & Counting
Fran Moreland Johns
Writer of fiction, nonfiction, assorted good things that catch...
Was the abortion debate really going on four hundred+ years ago? Indeed. And who knew?
The Roberts' Court's Shelby County Power Play Could Backfire
Internet Lawyer, Host of Cyber Law and Business Report and Awa...
power play may only make them more determined to fight for their right to vote. It is a tragedy, however, that as we approach the 50th anniversary of Selma, the Chief Justice is comfortable with an America where they still have to.
Nontheist Americans Finally Speaking Up
Roy Speckhardt is executive director of the American Humanist ...
These cases of bias against nontheists are just a few examples of the ongoing discrimination that open atheists and humanists face. It hasn't disappeared, and if anything, it is likely to be more frequent as the numbers of out-of-the-closet nontheists of all stripes continues to climb.
Joe Klein Takes Obligatory, Inaccurate Cheap Shot At Nonbelievers
Joe Klein can't resist taking a swipe at nonbelievers while discussing the aftermath of last month's tornadoes in Oklahoma.
Time's Joe Klein Takes Obligatory, Inaccurate Cheap Shot At Nonbelievers
Emphasis mine. It's too bad Klein couldn't help but succumb to the self-centered atheist cliche, here. It's also unfortunate
The Unconvention: Comparing Democrats and Republicans
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Five Specific Questions Journalists Should Ask About the Drone Strike Policy
Policy Director, Just Foreign Policy
Although it was a great first step that Bob Schieffer even said the word "drone" and made Mitt Romney say it too, to let politicians merely answer the question at this level of abstraction -- "I support drone strikes, too" -- is to let them off the hook.
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The Romney Campaign's Situational Demagoguery
Joseph A. Palermo
Author, historian, professor
Worse than Swift Boating and worse than Willie Horton, Mitt Romney is running the most craven, dishonest, and hypocritical campaign we've seen in contemporary American politics.
David Brooks: ACA Built on Rotten Foundations and Romney's Secret Healthcare Plan (VIDEO)
Editor in Chief, All Turtles
David Brooks's remarks predicted much of the reaction to the ruling and what it will mean for the upcoming election.
Joe Klein: Romney's Bullying Response 'Raises Questions About His Character'
I fear that I went too easy on Mitt Romney with regard to his high school bullying escapades. It’s not the incident itself
Pundits Waiting for a Palestinian Gandhi? Meet Khader Adnan.
Communications Director, NCAC (ncac.org)
The pundits who tell us that they crave a dramatic nonviolent Palestinian narrative can write the story of Khader Adnan, who has drawn comparisons to celebrated Irish hunger striker Bobby Sands. But they are not writing his story.
: 'Liberal' PBS Smear
Author, film critic, filmmaker
This nearly four-hour documentary by Barak Goodman, a long-time "American Experience" producer and director, is a smear job, though more the death-by-a-thousand-cuts approach than a straight-ahead takedown.
Restless Press Corps, Expecting Romney Win, Can't Wait For South Carolina
With Romney the expected winner here and the favorite for the nomination, reporters have packed into his events throughout
Iowa Caucus 2012: Political Reporters Caught In Their Own Media Crush
Castellanos, extending the hurricane metaphor from the Marriott's media hangout, said "there's something about being really
Mitt Romney Heads To Fox For First Sunday Show Interview Since 2010
Correction: This post originally stated that Romney was appearing on Dec. 11. But during the 2012 campaign, Fehrnstrom added
John McCain Continues Feud With Joe Klein
The Huffington Post's Michael Calderone reports on the article by Klein, who has had something of rapport with Romney in
Both Sides Now
: Can the Final Three Pass Their 2012 Character 'Stress Tests'?
Matalin and Rosen debate personal flaws of the Final Three. Obama a loner? Romney a phony? Newt a blowhard with "baggage"?
Time's Joe Klein Blasts Romney Campaign's 'Idiotic' Media Strategy
Klein said that Romney gave him "great access when pushing universal health care in Massachusetts," a subject he wrote a
Invoking Hitler's Name: A User's Guide
Author and Visiting Professor, New York Law School
On November 9, celebrity chef Mario Batali made the mistake of comparing Wall Street bankers to Hitler. (He also threw Stalin in there, but let's keep this simple.)
Joe Klein On Outsiders vs. Insiders: The Struggle For The Soul Of The GOP
And yet there is a jittery sense among Republican savants that Romney is a straw man, ready to be toppled, because the party
Media Is Starting to Panic Over Slow Start To The 2012 Campaign
Actually, Daniels and Bush seem to respect themselves enough to know they should not jump into a 2012 race that's sure to
Joe Klein: I Was Wrong On Social Security
But I think we'd learn more if we took a look at one of my goofs: I supported George W. Bush's idea of partially privatizing
'O: A Presidential Novel': Who Wrote It? (PHOTOS)
Simon & Schuster will publish the anonymous "O: A Presidential Novel" this month, a political fantasy novel described as
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