The first person to be quarantined under the new policy announced by New York and New Jersey is raising concerns about the way she was treated, and whether the policy is even the right idea.
Rumors are circulating again that the House GOP may make an immigration reform pitch before the midterm elections.
A business move that signals the continuing death of the newspaper industry.
Former Senator Bob Dole joins the list of those not too happy with the current state of the Republican Party.
Within minutes after today’s Jobs Report was released, the conspiracy theorists began to come forward.
Good journalism? Or, bad ethics?
The Republican strategy on health care in the wake of the Supreme Court’s decision needs some tweaking.
The biggest argument against Romney winning in November is the fact that there aren’t many ways for him to get to those pesky 270 Electoral Votes.
How about we recognize that we do have ongoing and serious racial tension in this country rather than ignoring the issue most of the time and only deploying it when the game of politics is being played?
Rick Santorum is at the front of a brigade that wants to re-fight the sexual revolution. They’ll lose.
It’s the beginning of the end for Newt Gingrich, but it’s unlikely he’ll recognize that fact.
Thanks to their own ineptitude, House Republicans suffered a big defeat this week. They totally deserved it.
Newt Gingrich’s comments about Palestinian nationhood came up during last night’s debate.
Like his tax plan, Herman Cain’s immigration plan is not serious.
It’s time to start being concerned about Europe.
Judging them by their own manifesto, the Occupy Wall Street protesters are pretty silly people.
Giving the President the unchecked power to kill American citizens raises some serious red flags.
Reports are coming out of Libya that paint the Libyan rebels in a very unkind light.
Once again, the primary scheduling race is getting ridiculous.
A Presidential candidate’s medical condition is entirely relevant to their fitness for office.
The Anthony Weiner reveals once again the odd American obsession with the intersection of sex and politics.
Upwards of 77,000 federal employees make more than the governors of the states in which they live, the Congressional Research Service reports.
When America’s leaders make the decision to engage in military action abroad, has the time for debate ended, or is it more important than ever that those with doubts about the policy speak out?
The American right has become infected with the notion that Barack Obama isn’t just wrong, but evil. That won’t be healthy in the long run.
The tragic shooting of Congresswoman Gabrielle Giffords and 19 others in Arizona has started another debate about political rhetoric. It’s a stupid debate, and it’s utterly pointless.
Former Republican Congressman Joe Scarborough wants the GOP to stop kowtowing to Sarah Palin and her acolytes. He’s right.
The GOP looks likely to win substantial victories next Tuesday, and may even take control of both Houses of Congress, but they’ve already made their own failure inevitable.
If you think Jimmy Carter is the Worst Figure in American History, you really need to read more.
Every new report out of Iran seems to bring us closer to the moment when Israel has decided it’s heard enough. What happens if that day actually happens ?
American Conservatism has changed significantly since the days of William F. Buckley Jr. One former National Review editor says that it’s changed for the worse.
The Electoral College is the worst way to elect a President, except for all the others.
There are some lessons for the blogosphere in this week’s Andrew Breitbart dust-up.
JournoList may not have been a conspiracy, but it was an example of what you might call an the closing of the journalistic mind.
Andrew Breitbart is still patting himself on the back for a job well done in the Shirley Sherrod affair. In reality, he failed miserably.