He's much more concerned about Jussie Smollett.
Dave Weigel makes a good point in this piece: Public Policy Polling continues its tour of swing states that elected Republican governors last year and have already soured on them. In Florida, Rick Scott's already deep in the negative
An artist's rendition of me begging the Dems to not cave. Yes, in real life I am a dog.I'm taking a break from the Opening Bell this morning to write a letter to the Democratic Party. OK, guys, here's the deal. The House yesterday passed an
Overheard conversation between a couple of 15-year olds recently: "OMG, have you heard? No one likes him. They're all telling me what a jerk he is." "Oh, I know. He just doesn't have a clue about anything, does he?" That clip from
Paul Krugman: It's Witch-Hunt Season As you might have noticed, Krugman is exceedingly anxious this days, and his column reflects it. After all, the Dems are about to get hit with a right-wing tsunami if the Republicans take control of the House,
You go, girl! When I read this earlier, I thought, "Why are the Dems giving this away without using it as a bargaining chip?" Once again, we see t
David DeGraw: Will Americans passively accept the slow death of debt slavery? Grist: Brits mad, and worried about BP bashing Lawyers, Guns
This really does seem odd -- and of course, you can never put anything past the Republicans. Democrats have already called for him to drop out. I
Sen. Russ Feingold (D-WI) shows the kind of spirit and initiative required to drum some sense into the debate about how long President Obama i
Pew Survey: 70% Of Americans Have Financial Problems, Up 9% From 2009. Meanwhile, Congress Ignores Unemployment Crisis.
If I had a dollar for every person I've met in the past few weeks who believes the Dems just added another tier of unemployment checks, we wouldn't ev
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