The jab is an easy out if you're trashing the president over the NSA scandal, but it doesn't fit.
When it comes to the attorney general, the definition of justice is in the eye of the beholder.
With the Benghazi flap on top of the IRS scandal, Obama has to act now or risk an ugly second term.
Back when congressional Republicans actually made a deal with the president, he got the credit.
Equating it with pedophilia and bestiality is the exact wrong way to launch a political career.
The GOP's hunger for fresh faces once again ignores the obvious in a new star -- and about Obama's appeal.
The rising popularity of the condiment shows why Republicans are out of touch with 2013 America.
A debate breaks out at a conservative gathering over "disenfranchised" whites and slavery. Progress?
At CPAC, the Oklahoma House speaker told us why they can't "become the party of old white men."
The president should focus on sequestration, immigration and gun control -- and leave the rest alone.
Blogging the Beltway: Jonathan Burks told us his candidate would make "no benefit cuts" to Medicare.
If you really wanted to stretch the allegory, Carla and Betty’s relationship is the relationship between black and white America.
After watching the scene with Pete and Hollis a few times, I got the sense that Pete is just the sort of habitual line-stepper to corner the black elevator operator to ask him an unsophisticated, yet still probing question about the shopping preferences of “Negroes.”
Mad Men is better off taking a smaller cut at race issues and really nailing the way they portray black characters, as opposed to weaving in a major racial theme and risking either overdoing or underdoing the nuance.
Conservatives will find a way to raise hell about the first black first family living lavish on The Vineyard with Secret Service in tow.
It’s more important for Mad Men to get it right on race in those few instances that it does take on racial issues, than it is to have racial tension be a major theme in the show’s overall arc.
The U.S. Senate confirmed Judge Sonia Sotomayor as the next member of the U.S. Supreme Court, and it’s first Latina Justice by a vote of 68-31.
RNC Chair Michael Steele’s antics are a lot easier to explain if you consider the possibility that he’s a double agent working for President Barack Obama—ponder this... A few months back, CNN reported that Confederate President Jefferson Davis’ house slave, William Jackson, was an agent for the Union army. Davis spoke with his generals openly in Jackson’s presence—thinking of Jackson as a mere “piece of furniture.” Meanwhile, Jackson absorbed key military information, then escaped in 1861 and delivered what he knew to Union commanders. Maybe Steele is Jackson’s heir apparent.