I guess I should be impressed that Mark Galli, the editor in chief of Christianity Today, has written an editorial for the magazine that calls for President Trump's removal from office. But I can't help noting this fact about Galli.
It turns out writing official editorial love notes to the KKK might get your newspaper censured and your awards revoked.
"In terms of policy, he's been all over the map. And even in the column he misstates the conservative view about trade," the Republican consultant said.
The Beltway budget melodrama rolls on to its predictable and dreary end
"This is what happens when you indulge the idea of negotiating with the unhinged."
Comedy Central’s Stephen Colbert looks at the National Security Agency decision to collect the telephone records of millions of Americans.
Newstalgia Reference Room - Walter Cronkite assesses Foreign Policy at the Carter White House in this commentary for CBS Radio on February 20, 1979.
For the past two years, New York Communities for Change members have seen firsthand the damage that the foreclosure crisis has caused in our communities. Together we’ve watched vacant, boarded-up houses pop up on block after block in Southeast Queens and parts of Brooklyn. We’ve stood with homeowners as they told their stories about sending document after document to their banks in hopes of getting a mortgage modification, only to have the bank lose those documents time and time again...
Guest Editorial by Sara Robinson, Senior Fellow, Campaign for America’s Future I wish I could say that the problems that the Occupy movement is having with infiltrators and agitators are new. But they’re not. In fact, they’re problems that the Old Hippies who survived the 60s and 70s remember acutely, and with considerable pain.
Before the midterms, digby wrote this prophetic afterthought at the end of one of her posts: But then these news outlets are all making huge profits from the right wing buy out of our democracy, so maybe it's just the price of doing business.
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