The woman who ran Newsweek into the ground insinuates the 'War-on-Women-GOP' is better equipped to protect women.
Republicans have been "laying out plans" alright, and Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker ought to know about them, since his extreme right-wing agenda has fit right in with Republicans on the national level. That didn't stop him from trying to differentiate himself on this Monday's Morning Joe from the reactionaries that are causing all of the turmoil in the House right now.
After Tina Brown's Newsweek gave 1000 Americans a U.S. citizenship test in which 38 percent failed outright, Bill Maher and the crew at Real Time came up with a new one of their own that they thought most Americans could actually pass.
Chris Matthews seems to think that bloggers don’t do any fact checking, and that we’re going to lose that if the newspaper industry goes out of bu
The Washington Monthly I hate to say this, but Tina Brown (yeah, yeah) gets it exactly right in her dissection of Rathergate today in the Washington P
: I've been disabled lately so I have a chance to watch more television than the average ten people do. The formats that are shown are so infuriating