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President Obama came into office promising to unify America, but he has made political discourse meaner and more cynical. Whenever Mr. Obama is playing a weak hand, he questions the motivations of those who disagree with him and mangles the… Continue reading
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Buzz Cut:• Sanders Trumps Hillary• 2016 GOP Power Index: Carly climbs on knockout debate• Trump expands attacks• Power Play: Hayes takes his five• To be or not to… Continue reading
Never has being wrong felt so good, nor has a mistake been so worth celebrating.
Chuck Schumer surprised me in all the best ways. His opposition to the terrible Iran nuke deal is breathtakingly bold and opens the door to… Continue reading
My town, New York City, enforces rigid gun laws. Police refused to assign me a gun permit. The law doesn’t even let me hold a fake gun on TV to demonstrate something.
But New York politicians are so eager to… Continue reading
Is this the dumbest idea of the 2016 campaign? Or is it the smartest?
The New York Times recently reported that several top Republican donors wanted GOP candidates to boycott the primary debates to signal their distaste for billionaire real… Continue reading
President Obama unveiling strict new controls on pollution today. The rules and regulations are designed to drastically cut the amount of greenhouse gasses being released into the atmosphere. Many corporations and states are poised to file lawsuits to challenge the… Continue reading
As the hot Washington summer approaches August, the Senate’s Republican majority is already on vacation from the work of confirming judges. At the current torpid pace, they will put the lowest number of judges on the federal bench in any… Continue reading
If Hillary Clinton were a cartoon character, she’d be Snidely Whiplash, forever muttering to herself, “Curses, foiled again.” And she’d be right.
The lady-in-waiting will have to keep waiting. Probably forever. Fate has spoken.
Already threatened by a growing trust… Continue reading
“…if we come to see ourselves as meat, then meat we shall become.” — Leon Kass, M.D., “Toward a More Natural Science”
What is most shocking about an undercover video of a conversation between Deborah Nucatola, a Planned Parenthood executive,… Continue reading