It turns out that Abdel Basset Ali al-Megrahi isn’t dying after all, at least not any faster than any other human being.
One year ago today, Sarah Palin resigned as Governor of Alaska after only 2 1/2 years in office.
It’s going to be much harder for reporters to get access to the military thanks to new rules announced last night by the Pentagon.
Once again, the knives are out for Michael Steele after his recent Afghanistan gaffe.
Another depressing poll demonstrating American historical ignorance.
Sarah Palin is among a group of Republicans concerned that the Tea Party movement’s fiscal conservatism could pose a danger to defense spending.
The latest poll trends have pollster Charlie Cook thinking that the Democrats could be in for a very bad trouncing on Election Day.
The Chairman of the RNC is expressing doubts about America’s war effort in Afghanistan.
Not surprisingly, American’s partisan views on the Supreme Court are pretty much wrong.
So much for the Obama Administration’s “Summer of Recovery.”
The health care reform law faced it’s first legal test in a Courtroom in Virginia yesterday.
South Carolina’s Lindsey Graham sees the beginning of the end of the Tea Parties, and he’s probably right.
Not surprisingly, Elena Kagan finished her testimony without giving any real ammunition to the Republicans.
The Democratic Senate primary in Arkansas may have been influenced by questionable poll results from Research 2000.
The most shocking news about Larry King’s retirement announcement was the realization that he was still on the air.
George Will has some real questions for Elena Kagan. Too bad nobody’s going to ask them.
The testiest exchange during today’s hearings in the Senate came when Jeff Sessions tried to confront Elena Kagan over military recruiting at Harvard Law School, and failed miserably.
If you know where the JournoList archive is, Andrew Breitbart has got some cash for you.
The House GOP Leader is proposing that we get serious about Social Security reform.
Markos Moulitsas gets a lesson in caveat emptor from his former pollster.
Elena Kagan’s interest in vigorous and open confirmation hearings ended roughly the moment she was sworn in by the Senate Judiciary Committee.
Miss yesterday’s opening round of the Kagan hearings ? You didn’t miss much.
Thanks to a rather odd interpretation of West Virginia law, there won’t be an election to fill Robert Byrd’s Senate seat until November, 2012.
Once again, the Supreme Court affirmed today that there is no Constitutional right to receive public funds.
The Supreme Court resolved a 100+ year old Constitutional ambiguity today, but the legal issues surrounding gun control remain as murky as ever.
President Obama’s powers of persuasion were severely lacking at the G-20 Summit this weekend.