The interview exposes as much about the media as it does about Bernie Sanders.
You come home to find a glass inexplicably broken, the toilet paper unspooled and shredded, your favorite pair of shoes unusually
I wonder if Sarah Palin is trying to single-handedly create a new Olympic event called the "Double Standard"? She's certainly pulled way ahead of all competition.
McCain has joked that the media is "his base" of support. It was a funny line, but there is a truth at its core: the media has been hard on Obama but unbelievably light on McCain. And this has to stop. Now.
Do the candidates understand that many of the things they believe were conducted in absolute privacy actually are digitally stored, waiting for the light of day? We all have to ask the question: just how many of our secrets are truly secret?
Candidates with uncompromising ideals are very appealing. But ultimately politicians who practice calculated compromise tend to be our most successful presidents.