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The network will team up with Bloomberg on a series that will air as the campaign unfolds.
We can assume that we are not as far along as we would be in the effort to provide equality if Mehlman, Rove, Bush, and McKinnon were as interested in their country as they were their own craven self interests and ambitions for power and money. Forgive them if you wish. I cannot.
If the Republicans' fears are true, could it mean Democrats have a much better chance at taking the House back in the upcoming elections? To put it another way, will we see "Speaker Nancy Pelosi" again next year?
"Some of those means are traditional -- like national and regional drivetime radio, or interviews with networks and their
No Labels is the creation of overpaid political insiders who work hand-in-glove with longtime opponents of Social Security and Medicare, pushing the agenda of the wealthiest among us by exploiting the public's understandable frustration with gridlocked government.
2011-11-29-20111107bothsidesnow.jpgWas this week a political inflection point because of decisions on ACA, Arizona "papers please" and corporations as "people"?
President Obama got us to the tipping point. It's up to the rest of us to make marriage equality a reality.
For the past several days, Gibbs and chief strategist David Axelrod have tried to define former Massachusetts Governor Mitt
CNN anchor Howard Kurtz showed his unflappability when he let a guest's expletive go by unmentioned. Kurtz didn't blink, and
Buddy Roemer has announced that he is launching an exploratory committee to consider a run for the presidency. He has also announced a campaign different from the campaign of every other candidate. A president, Roemer says, "must be free to lead": free of commitments to anything save the principles he commits to. So Roemer's campaign will take no PAC money. It will take no more than $100 in contributions from any individual. And everyone who contributes anything regardless of how small will be disclosed. This should be emulated across the board.
The idea of No Labels is to appeal to those who believe that rarely does anyone have a corner on the truth, that the strongest result is usually obtained by taking the best from all the arguments.
The Coffee Party you say? Still in its infancy, it was born with a single post on Facebook, its founder conveying deep dismay at what passes for political discourse in this country.
Now, just in time for Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps, the GOP leaders are insisting that, vast evidence to the contrary, we all need to support the inequitable policies that favor rich white men.
There are some candidates who are actively bucking this trend. One lawmaker who has received kudos from both sides of the
This call for a review of the 14th Amendment is not only un-American, it treads on dangerous paths: a path back to pre-1868 slavery, a path back to the period of darkness in American history.
Nevada Republican Senate candidate Sharron Angle recently said that "Congress needs to become involved" in the "anchor baby
News flash: President Obama hasn't held a formal press conference in almost a year (274 days and counting) yet has golfed
MicKinnon's List: McKinnon argues that Scarborough is an independent thinker with media savvy who can be called a "genuine
Former Bush and McCain strategist Mark McKinnon wants the congressman who shouted at Obama out of office and out of his party