With Donald Trump on the ballot, Bill Maher regrets some past words. He shouldn’t be the only one.
Michael Hayden notes that many of Donald Trump’s foreign policy positions are illegal.
Hillary Clinton’s campaign and its supporters seem to be getting frustrated by the fact that younger women are seemingly more interested in her opponent than in her.
Cory Booker is in the race for New Jersey’s open Senate seat, but is he really unbeatable?
Mitt Romney won the debate last night, but it’s not at all clear that this will matter at all.
Figuring out how much of the opposition to a black president is based on racism is . . . complicated.
The price of a DC cab ride went up big time recently and neither riders nor cabbies are happy.
Thanks to a media that focuses obsessively on irrelevancies, we now have a permanent political silly season.
Dear Bill Maher and Alexandra Pelosi: The plural of anecdote is not data.
Sure, he routinely uses gender-specific slurs against conservative women. But he’s not a misogynist!
Rush Limbaugh may be a jerk, but he has a right to be a jerk.
Is it fair to single out the most powerful man in radio’s commentary for attention?
This week we learned that even breast cancer can become politicized. Is there anything that can’t at this point?
Tim Tebow has been at the center of a culture war battle, but he seems to have a more balanced view of the whole thing.
Sarah Palin has commissioned a film to bolster her reputation. This is very intriguing on a number of levels.
Whenever I despair at the current state of the Republican Party, I remind myself that things aren’t much better across the aisle.
She didn’t gain national prominence until late August, and she’s going to most likely lost by a wide margin tonight, but Christine O’Donnell received more coverage from the media than any other candidate running in 2010.
The guys at Gawker took the web yesterday in an effort to justify their sleazy article about Christine O’Donnell. They failed.
The guy who ran George W. Bush’s campaign and the Republican National Committee has realized after only 43 years that he likes dudes.
The most shocking news about Larry King’s retirement announcement was the realization that he was still on the air.