The Atlantic fired one of their few conservative voices for saying women who have abortions should be hanged. Was this beyond the pale?
CNN’s effort to bring back a show that had outlived its prime years ago has, predictably, failed.
After 200 years, Francis Scott Key’s most famous work may have outlived its usefulness..
CNN is reviving the Crossfire shoutfest with Newt Gingrich, S.E. Cupp, Stephanie Cutter, and Van Jones as hosts.
The Obama campaign’s focus on Mitt Romney’s alleged involvement in moving companies overseas is entirely phony.
Opponents of the Supreme Court’s decision in Citizens United continue to miss the point of what the case was really about.
Yesterday, Cory Booker committed the rookie mistake of saying what was on his mind.
Some actual political science suggests that being an overweight male candidate may not be a negative for voters.
Chris Christie’s weight has become a political concern, apparently.
Hosni Mubarak may hang on to some semblance of power longer than many expected in the middle of last weeks chaos, mostly because there are few other alternatives right now.
Bill Jacobson and Glenn Reynolds seem to be overly amused that Conor Friedersdorf has the title of “senior editor” over at Andrew Sullivan’s blog.
The only reasons Michael Kinsley can conjure for opposing the Park51 project are bigotry and political opportunism. Unless you’re a really smart columnist.
CNN is launching a debate program featuring one host from the Left and another from the Right. Why not call it “Crossfire”?