What’s the Plan, Man?

Another comment on the American presidency and its critics.

Police Have No Duty to Protect You

“Protect and Serve” is just a slogan, not a guarantee.

America’s Four Parties

Neither the Democrats nor the Republicans truly represent most Americans. Fixing that is exceedingly unlikely.

Amazon ‘Controls Everything You Watch’

The tech giant is even more powerful than you think.

Biden’s Team Shaping Up

Some square pegs are being forced into some round holes for the sake of inclusion.

Steve Bannon Is Out At The White House

Another one bites the dust.

No Justice Stevens, We Don’t Need To “Fix” The Second Amendment

The Second Amendment isn’t broken, and you don’t fix things that aren’t broken.

A 2013 Reading Guide: Challenge Yourself

For the New Year, how about challenging your ideas just a little bit?

One Year Later, The Failure Of Occupy Wall Street Is Apparent

The Occupy movement began one year ago today. It’s no surprise that it ended up being a failure.

Sexism Parody Demonstrates Lack of Sexism

A handful of young male bloggers have launched themselves to the head of the line, leapfrogging those who’ve spent years playing the game by the old rules.juice

A Primary Challenge For Obama?

Even though it will likely be unsuccessful, a primary challenge against President Obama could end up harming him enough to hand Republicans the White House in 2012.

Can Senate Democrats Eliminate The Filibuster? Should They?

With Democrats set to maintain their majority in the Senate, some on the left are pushing for filibuster reform. However, it seems unlikely that Harry Reid has the votes to change a long-standing Senate rule.

Ezra Klein to WaPo

Politics and Religion

Comic Books and the War on Terror

For universal icons, albeit fictional ones, to suddenly become partisan props is a bit sad.

HillaryCare 2.0

Democrats vs. Wal-Mart

Plame Game Over?

Redefining Liberalism