If Stevie Wonder were still touring, he wouldn’t be making stops in states with “Stand Your Ground” laws.
Even the national sport is arousing the anger of the protesters in Brazil.
For the fourth day, American and other embassies became the focus of mass protests in many Muslim nations.
As its convention begins, one has to wonder what has happened to the Republican Party.
Sometimes, we just ought to accept the fact that people have disagreements when it comes to hot-button social issues.
Restaurant chain Chick-fil-A is facing criticism after its President’s comments on same-sex marriage.
The heady days of revolution in Egypt have been replaced with the cold light of political reality.
Several newspapers are refusing to run this week’s Doonesbury strip.
Rush Limbaugh may be a jerk, but he has a right to be a jerk.
Vehement disagreement with the policy views of a country and prejudice based on immutable traits are not the same.
For years, analysts have worried that Iraq’s tenuous hold on stability would collapse upon the withdrawal of US forces. We’re now watching it happen.
Conservative groups are upset because a new reality show depicts Muslim-Americans as, well, normal Americans.
Charging soldiers $200 for an extra bag on their way home for war? Really Delta?
Iran doesn’t like the logo for the London Olympics and is threatening to boycott if it isn’t changed.
The new Chairman of the American Conservative Union seems to want to mend fences with social conservatives, even if that means throwing new friends under the bus.
On the eve of this year’s Conservative Political Action Conference, another shot has been fired by those boycotting the meeting due to the presence of a gay conservative group.
The same people who were complaining a week ago that the media was obsessed with Sarah Paln are now complaining that a media figure has suggested she doesn’t deserve the coverage she gets.
Social conservatives are upset with CPAC again. This time, it’s because the conference they’re not attending has invited someone they don’t like.
As they did last year, several top social conservative activist groups are boycotting next year’s Conservative Political Action Conference over the extension of an invitation to a gay conservative group, and nobody seems to care that they won’t be there.
The battle between social and fiscal conservatives continues, with the SoCons now saying that criticism of South Carolina Senator Jim DeMint is now considered evidence of ideological impurity.
Yesterday’s outrage of the day involved an odd book written by a creep, and it has lessons galore for everyone.
Western athletes who’ve complained about the conditions at the Commonwealth Games are coming in for a firestorm of criticism.
Daily Kos founder Markos Moulitsas’ new book, AMERICAN TALIBAN: HOW WAR, SEX, SIN, AND POWER BIND JIHADISTS AND THE RADICAL RIGHT, continues a long tradition in political polemics.