With choices like these it’s easy to understand why people take plea deals
It doesn’t look like the Progressive wing is uniting any time soon.
Passing up an opportunity that other Democrats are taking, Elizabeth Warren is declining to appear on Fox News Channel. This seems like an unwise decision.
The New York Times has obtained about ten years worth of Donald Trump’s tax returns from the late eighties to early nineties. They don’t tell us much that we didn’t already know.
California is the latest state to try to force all Presidential candidates, including the President, to release their tax returns as a condition for getting on the ballot. It’s not at all clear that this is permitted under the Constitution.
It’s increasingly challenging to discuss media coverage because we’re all consuming a hand-selected bit of it.
As it has since 2007, the Democratic National Committee is barring Fox News from hosting a debate featuring the party’s candidates for President.
And I’d still prefer her to Donald Trump.
The emergence of a silly talking point.
Rebutting the President’s routine prevarications merely spreads them. Is there an alternative?
The rules of American journalism haven’t caught up with the reality of this Presidency.
Controversies involving Jimmy Kimmel and “The Simpsons” highlight a perennial question.
Maryland’s legislature is considering a law that would require candidates for President to release their tax returns. It’s probably not Constitutional.
Do yourself a favor and skip the State Of The Union Address tonight. You won’t be missing anything important.
A big change appears to have taken place in American cable news viewing habits.
In Fox News Channel’s America, Donald Trump can do no wrong and Hillary Clinton is still a threat.
Instead of attending the White House Correspondents Association Dinner, Donald Trump spent his Saturday attacking the press and the First Amendment.
States are considering laws that would require candidates for President to release their tax returns, but such laws are probably unconstitutional.
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.
Senator Elizabeth Warren is the latest Democrat to unite behind the party’s presumptive nominee. A marked contrast to the chaos that reigns on the Republican side of the aisle.
With Bernie Sanders likely to win New Hampshire tonight, Hillary Clinton is reportedly looking to reorganize her campaign.
Ted Cruz and Mike Huckabee recently kept company with a very disturbing religious leader.
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.
There’s really no point in watching tonight’s speech.
“Reality” TV star says something dumb about gay people, gets suspended, usual pointless outrage ensues.
Rand Paul used word-for-word excerpts from Wikipedia in two speeches in Virginia.
How he went from Juicebox Mafia member to the most important young journalist in DC.
President Obama had some prominent liberal journalists over for coffee.
President Obama didn’t blow the doors off the Time Warner Cable Arena last night, but he didn’t need to.
Forbes media critic Jeff Bercovici is a bit late spotting a trend.
Rush Limbaugh made perhaps one of the dumber comments I’ve seen from the right about the entire Bain Capital story, and managed to display an apparent inability to use Google to look things up.
There’s an entire industry that profits from exploiting political controversy and division. Why do we let them get away with it?
Cal Thomas made a tasteless joke at Rachel Maddow’s expense. He describes the lesson in civility he learned.
Mitt Romney stumbled a bit during his victory tour this morning.
A progressive columnist has been outed as having sympathies for the Democratic Party.