Why is Caroline Kennedy as a U.S. Senator remotely possible and making such big news on the East Coast? I suspect the answer is the same as the answer to the questions: Why is Andrew Cuomo the second-best shot for the Senate seat? Why did
Abarafi suggests a metaphor for the 2008 presidential election: It is more than just a case of the devil you know versus the one you don’t. It’s more like having terminal cancer and one doctor says “you’re dying here’s some pain killers” and the other
The Democratic Party is now making the same deal with tax exempt religious groups that it made a long time ago with corporate lobbyists: Come and show us what you can do to help get our candidates elected, and we’ll make sure that legislation and executive policies are changed to bring you a lot more money and power as well.
Why can’t we keep politics separate from the messy and often absurd realm of religion? Is Tim Kaine saying that atheists and other nonreligious Americans can’t be involved in politics? Does Tim Kaine think that only religious citizens can be involved in politics?
I’ve been a fan of Lewis Black’s stand-up comedy for a while. He has an ability to make righteous outrage so hilarious that I find my anguish vented and deflated when he’s done with me. His video comedy (which you probably have seen on The
Barack Obama, February 27, 2008: I want to put an end to the politics of fear that uses 9-11 as a way to scare up votes rather than a way to bring the country together. Barack Obama, June 20, 2008: Given the grave threats that
I just can’t stand it any more. I’ve got to break my jaw-clenched, steaming mad silence, this pisses me off so much. There’s this black angry preacher who a presidential candidate did not seek the endorsement of and did not receive the endorsement of, and