The specter of U.S. troop withdrawal has the Islamic Republic counting down the days.
The party of “pale & stale” no more! Okay. Maybe it’s still pale.
According to a report released yesterday by House Minority Leader John Boehner, the GOP is “dominating” Democrats in online media use. If you detect a caveat is on the way, then bully for you: The truth is, Democratic websites outnumber Republicans by 3:2. [...]
“We’ve gotta clamp down on it.” Bart Stupak
It began with Keith Olbermann who returned for one night to do a little happy dance over the passage of Obamacare—and to call for the arrest of people who were mean to Barney Frank.
OLBERMANN: Two days ago, a Tea Party protestor shouted the “N” word at Congressman John [...]
For almost a decade I worked in a domestic violence shelter. I sat with women who were shaking, bruised and ashamed. They were in utter shock and disbelief at the violence that had just occurred. The names of the people in each woman’s story were different but the story lines were remarkably the same.
Baghdad Jim’s attack on the CIA was smacked down by Pete Hoekstra yesterday.
While most of the politically aware public, and all of the news organizations, were focused on the Obama/Republican Health Care Summit, radicals in the House of Representatives tried to push an amendment that banned such “degrading” procedures as “threatening” a terrorist detainee, or, [...]
Fool me once, shame on you…
Barack Obama, the post-partisan uniter: among the many preposterous pro-Obama talking points we heard during the campaign, this is probably my favorite, just because it’s always been so manifestly absurd. An extremely pro-choice, rabidly anti-gun congregant of a racist church with a record of calling Republicans racist was going to [...]
When you watch a president give a State of the Union Address on television, you’re always watching three people: the president at the podium, and the vice president and House speaker on the rise behind him. As a TV shot it’s awkward. The vice president and the speaker have been instructed by media professionals not […]
With the president’s State of the Union address coming up on Wednesday, the White House appears to be struggling to find its feet. Republican Scott Brown’s surprise victory in liberal Massachusetts has dominated the national conversation in the last week and made Obama’s goal of signing health care reform impossible before the big speech. Now, […]