Kevin Drum has been writing about his cat, Inkblot, most every Friday for the last decade. Sadly, he’s been missing since Tuesday night.
Ron Paul is surging in Iowa. He’s in 3rd place in the national polls and has been for most of the race. He’s not Mitt Romney.
Mitt Romney’s first television ad is built around a Barack Obama quote that has been cropped so that he’s saying the opposite of what he actually said.
It turns out DOJ didn’t have $16 muffins after all–they were just charged $16 for each muffin.
Republicans have a plan to wrest half of the Keystone State’s electors from Obama.
Did World War II teach us anything about spending-as-stimulus? Not really.
Modern life requires us to put a high degree of trust in those to whom we delegate responsibility
Paul Krugman admits that he doesn’t bother to read conservative commentary. Should he?
Julian Assange is a loathsome human being. Is he also a rapist? Under Swedish law, maybe.
Those of us who think we’re overreacting to terrorism should remember that we’re in a tiny minority.
The People In Charge telling us that something is Necessary For Our Own Good makes a large number of people accepting of the inconvenience, no matter how asinine or unsupported by evidence.
To the extent that these faux debates are a measure of competence to hold the office in question, Sharron Reid’s holding her own against the veteran incumbent demonstrated that she was up to the task. Or, at least, as up to it as Reid.
As much hubris as it takes to think you can be the Leader of the Free World, it takes even more to buck the advice of the Establishment.
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.
Conservatives have long complained about liberal media bias. But conservative media seems to be much worse.
Did the American media cover up torture by the Bush Administration?
California’s idea to have flashing ads on license plates may have some down side.