Poised to pass two articles of impeachment in the full House this week, Democrats have remained extraordinarily united throughout the process, yet press coverage in recent days has suggested that Democrats are in a state of disarray, a favorite fallback position for much of the Beltway media.
Mr. Jonathan Chait takes up this latest chapter of Mr. Brooks' decades-long flight from the withering gaze of factual reality.
Once again, absolutely no one in the Beltway media wants to hear a peep out of those of us who have been right about the Right all along. Instead, we have a media in which Donald Trump can literally dictate the terms of the Republican presidential debate:
To the beltway media, Democrats in Congress should always give up more and more and bow down to the Republicans in Congress who only obstruct things. NBC's Chuck Todd makes that very assertion disguised as a question.
Majority FM's Sam Seder and our friend Digby from Hullabaloo discuss the trial balloon on raising the Medicare age that was thrown out there by the administration this week, whether the administration still wants a "grand bargain" and what a bad
I read a lot of editorials, but rarely does one send my outrage meter into the red zone the way this one does. For a person who rarely goes into "hair on fire" mode, it's ugly when I do. Consider this my rant directed to the Washington Post's
If a tree falls in the forest and no one is around to hear it, does it make a sound? It's a philosophical conundrum that progressives activists agonize over daily. Since the overreaches of the Bush administration, conscientious