“The Closer” delivers more of what people love and hate about the GOAT.
Almost eighteen years after the greatest terrorist attack on our country, we haven’t taken care of those who risked it all.
Gender bias is real. Most examples cited, though, aren’t.
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.
Two seemingly contradictory essays out today highlight the exhausting political conversation environment.
Instead of attending the White House Correspondents Association Dinner, Donald Trump spent his Saturday attacking the press and the First Amendment.
We are legally, morally, and practically obligated to respond. Let’s not do so stupidly.
You may not be aware, but your local Starbucks is the new front in the ‘War On Christmas.’
The New York Times really, really wants a horse race for the Democratic nomination.
Like most Republicans, Jeb Bush either fails or refuses to recognize what an utter, unjustifiable disaster his brother’s decision to invade Iraq actually was.
There is no excuse for last night’s rioting in Baltimore, but that should not deflect attention from the problems with that city’s police.
Some observations about Stewart’s interview (and some digression from me–okay, a lot of digression by me).
Trevor Noah will be the next host of The Daily Show. Who’s Trevor Noah? Exactly.
Jon Stewart is stepping down as the host of Comedy Central’s “The Daily Show” after sixteen years.
CNN’s effort to bring back a show that had outlived its prime years ago has, predictably, failed.
These segments are usually unfair; they outdid themselves this time.
A step up from The Colbert Report.
President Obama is rewarding unqualified hacks who raised huge sums for his campaign with ambassadorships.
To borrow a phrase from Stephen Colbert, if you want to understand how Congress works, you better know a District.
CNN is reviving the Crossfire shoutfest with Newt Gingrich, S.E. Cupp, Stephanie Cutter, and Van Jones as hosts.
Rand Paul’s filibuster is one that all American’s should thank him for that.
A five year old “shocking” video of President Obama speaking to a group of African-American ministers proves to be not very shocking at all.