“The Closer” delivers more of what people love and hate about the GOAT.
Fascism is less about real politics, which is what makes it terrifying.
The President gave a delusional rant to a half-empty stadium thanks to some crazy kids.
Yesterday’s hearing before the House Judiciary Committee did a good job of explaining how the facts of the Ukraine scandal meet the Constitution’s definition of impeachable offenses.
ISIS is quickly taking advantage of the abrupt American withdrawal from northern Syria.
As the vultures continue to circle above the White House, the President continues to lash out.
Much like it did during the McCarthy Era, the Republican Party has to decide what side of history it wishes to be on. The right side, or the wrong side.
Saturday Night Live mocked the President’s declaration of a ‘national emergency,” which caused him to lash out on Twitter.
When do we stop pretending that Fox News Channel is anything other than State Run Media for the Trump Administration?
Laura Ingraham has responded to the deluge of criticism to her foolish and disturbing commentary. This response is also disturbing. Her attempt to walk back the racist tone of her monologue falls flat. Her statement trying to make her views more clear reveal more of her limited thinking on this matter and in general.
Hurricane Trump hit the G-7 this weekend, and the damage it left behind will take years to clean up.
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.
Controversies involving Jimmy Kimmel and “The Simpsons” highlight a perennial question.
The White House chief of staff has downgraded the President’s son-in-law’s access to classified information. We’ll see how long that lasts.
Sean Spicer now says he regrets the lies that defined his time at the White House.
Former White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer poked fun at himself on last night’s Emmy broadcast, and the political pundits are all in pearl-clutching mode because of it.
Rachel Maddow hyped the fact that she had obtained a copy of Trump’s 2005 tax return last night. It turned out to be much ado about nothing.
An unusual, if not unexpected, mass firing at the Justice Department on Friday afternoon.
For seventy-seven minutes yesterday, President Trump held forth in a press conference that confirmed the most dire predictions about what he’d be like as President.
Donald Trump’s latest tirade has led to another round of speculation as to whether or not he’s ‘gone too far’ and reached the beginning of the end of his campaign. Don’t count on it.
Donald Trump was on Saturday Night Live last night. It wasn’t even remotely funny.
The F.C.C. will be considering a petition to ban the word “Redskins” from the airwaves.
Rush Limbaugh is still really, really angry about subsidized birth control. And lots of other stuff.
Tonight, the American political system stops to engage in the biggest waste of time ever invented.
Don’t hate the player, hate the game (more or less, anyway).
Over the weekend, Mitt Romney was sounding more like Rick Santorum than himself.
Mitt Romney’s speech last night was the best he’s ever given, but it’s impact may have been undercut but several odd production decisions that preceded it.
After three days of buildup to a “mystery speaker,” the closing night of the Republican convention featured a rambling performance by Clint Eastwood and an empty chair.
National Review’s Kevin Williamson has some truly bizarre advice for Mitt Romney.
Rush Limbaugh may be a jerk, but he has a right to be a jerk.
Not a surrender. Not even an apology. Just a tactical retreat.
There was bound to be entertainment during Charlie Rangel’s Ethics Committee hearing, and the Harlem Congressman did not disappoint this morning.
A common sense decision on broadcast “decency” standards was handed down by a Federal Appeals Court today.
Sharing your unvarnished thoughts on a listserv is just asking for trouble, as Dave Weigel is the latest to discover.