The President’s unhinged Twitter rants have drawn a rebuke from an unlikely source.
Much like the President they obsequiously defend, Republicans have become useful idiots in Russia’s war on Western liberal democracy.
Jeffrey Epstein’s death by suicide has led to many legitimate questions that should be investigated. It has also led to the rise of a number of baseless conspiracy theories.
A year and a half into the #MeToo era, we’re still debating who gets to have a career.
The morning show co-hosts tied the knot at a secret ceremony at the National Archives.
When do we stop pretending that Fox News Channel is anything other than State Run Media for the Trump Administration?
White supremacists held a rally in Washington on Sunday, and almost no one but their opponents and the police showed up.
President Trump continues to dismiss concerns about Kim Jong Un’s brutality, and to lavish praise on a man who has a considerable amount of blood on his hands.
As has often been the case, the White House Correspondent’s Dinner is arousing some degree of controversy, mostly because of the comedy or lack thereof.
Hoping that Donald Trump might not run for reelection? Don’t get your hopes up.
A new bombshell allegation in the Stormy Daniels affair.
Once again, President Trump is going soft on Russia. Why? I’ll leave that up to the reader to decide.
Despite mounting evidence and outrageous behavior, Republicans nationwide and on Capitol Hill continue to do the Administration’s dirty work. They’ll most likely live to regret it.
Both #TrumpShutdown and #SchumerShutdown put the blame in the wrong place.
New reports of Trump’s business ties to Russia are raising eyebrows.
After two days, President Trump finally found the words to condemn the parties responsible for the violence in Charlottesville, but his remarks were far too little, far too late.
Once again, Donald Trump has taken to Twitter to attack women, embarrass himself, and embarrass the nation he purports to represent.
In one of the most closely watched Special Elections in American history, the outcome turned out to be not entirely surprising.
President Trump’s comments about Andrew Jackson and the Civil War reveal something about how he thinks, and it’s not good.
It may well be that the 25th Amendment, not the impeachment clause, will be his undoing.
Distinguishing between anti-elite populism and coded anti-Semitism is next to impossible.
Libertarian Party Presidential candidate Gary Johnson doesn’t get much national press attention, and it doesn’t help when he flubs an answer like he did this morning.
With the Republican nomination fight down to two incredibly unappealing candidates, some Republican insiders are talking about looking elsewhere for a nominee.
Donald Trump loves the fact that he’s being praised by an autocratic dictator.
Donald Trump’s plan to bar all Muslim immigration to the United States is being widely condemned by his fellow Republicans and others, but the proposal probably won’t hurt him politically in a Republican Party that is deeply bigoted against Muslims in general.
Some Republicans apparently think the key to their future lies in the past.
Cliven Bundy still has his defenders among the hardcore right, but many people have joined Kentucky’s junior Senator in throwing Cliven Bundy under the bus
Was there ever a more tepid endorsement than “Joe Scarborough for President? Sure, Why Not?”
The latest news on the marijuana legalization front has led David Brooks and others to go into a completely pathetic panic.
Does a determination that NSA data collection practices are likely unconstitutional mean that Edward Snowden’s actions were, in some sense, justified?
Will the GOP learn the right lessons from the just-concluded showdown? That remains to be seen.
It looks for all the world as if the House GOP Caucus isn’t really under the control of the leadership.
There’s a very simple reason why gun control is stalling in Congress despite its popularity in the polls.
Bob Woodward once again has Washington abuzz with a White House scoop. This one is BS.
The NRA is calling President Obama an “elitist hypocrite” for opposing armed guards in schools while sending his own girls to school with armed guards.
Seems that the answer continues to be “no.”
If you’re a white Southerner who gets most of his information from Fox News and Rush Limbaugh, you probably don’t know a lot of people who voted for Barack Obama.
The analyst actually wants to understand and be correct far more than he or she wants their preferences to prevail in the analysis
Forbes media critic Jeff Bercovici is a bit late spotting a trend.
He’s no Sarah Palin but Paul Ryan doesn’t make immediate sense as Romney’s running mate.