Journalism is terrible except when compared to the alternatives.
America’s Newspaper of Record needs to figure out what it wants to be.
So, it turns out that Fox News wasn’t really all that fair or balanced.
The President tweeted, “We cannot let the cure be worse than the problem itself.”
While some Democrats are calling for the impeachment of Justice Brett Kavanaugh, Democrats on Capitol Hill aren’t nearly as eager to go down that road.
At least some conservatives appear to finally be recognizing that their movement has been taken over by grifters and frauds. The only question is, what took them so long?
A North Carolina Congressional Election that was tainted by Absentee Ballot Fraud will be redone.
The crying Honduran girl who has become a symbol of a brutal policy actually is not one of its victims.
The leading candidate for the GOP nomination for Tennessee’s next Governor has a unique explanation for gun violence.
Is everyone critical of President Trump by definition on the Left?
A seventh woman has come forward to accuse Senator Al Franken of having groped her as calls mount from his Democratic colleagues for him to resign.
Roy Moore’s most die-hard defenders are living in a world of their own, and it’s unlikely they’ll change their minds.
While Puerto Rico suffers, President Trump is spending the weekend at his New Jersey golf resort attacking people on the ground who are actually doing something.
Once again, Donald Trump has taken to Twitter to attack women, embarrass himself, and embarrass the nation he purports to represent.
Ben Carson and his supporters would have you believe that he is being subjected to unprecedented and unfair scrutiny. That assertion is completely false.
While it did draw 14 million viewers, last night’s CNBC debate had the smallest audience of any Presidential debate so far. That was probably a good thing for CNBC considering how bad the debate was.
CNN has revised its criteria for the main September 16th debate such that Carly Fiorina will now most likely make the cut.
Rand Paul has changed position on several foreign policy issues, but he doesn’t seem to want to talk about it.
The Republican frontrunner claims he doesn’t read America’s most important newspaper.
Just in time for the midterms, Todd Akin is back to remind voters of the GOP’s problems with female voters.
The RNC wants to limit primary debates, but it’s not clear that’s a good idea.
Rand Paul used word-for-word excerpts from Wikipedia in two speeches in Virginia.
CNN is reviving the Crossfire shoutfest with Newt Gingrich, S.E. Cupp, Stephanie Cutter, and Van Jones as hosts.
Not as much learning going on as one might like, to be honest.
President Obama had some prominent liberal journalists over for coffee.
Whether Mitt Romney wins or loses, the GOP needs to evolve or be doomed to minority party status.
Lindsey Graham: “We’re not generating enough angry white guys to stay in business for the long term.”
Sarah Palin isn’t running for President, and she hasn’t officially endorsed anyone, but that hasn’t stopped her from putting her thumb on the scale.
Mitt Romney is making claims about Naval readiness that are, at best, misleading.
I can’t be the only one who cringed at his applause line: “To take an ex-wife and make it two days before the primary a significant question in a presidential campaign is as close to despicable as anything I can imagine.”
Huntsman’s tactics reinforced his fellow Republicans’ natural skepticism of his candidacy.
So far, Iowa voters don’t seem to be bothered by the Ron Paul newsletters.
Treating entertainment as entertainment is one thing. Treating it as news and education is another.
Rick Perry has gotten the most and best coverage thus far in the campaign. President Obama has gotten mostly negative coverage.
The bottom line is that the problem with the Ryan Plan is the Ryan Plan.
As the night of the State Of The Union Address approaches, the silliness in Washington has been taken up a notch.
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.