Frank Rich dares to speak of the Democratic Base and their needs. How refreshing!
Frank Rich visits AM Joy to discuss his latest New York Magazine article
Rich praises Trump, but he thinks he's somehow above the actual hero worship of Trump's lunkhead voter base.
New York Magazine columnist Frank Rich on Sunday asserted that Republican presidential candidates were making a mistake by not offering serious outreach to the black community while their party planned to hold the 2016 Republican National Convention in Cleveland, a city suffering from systemic poverty and racism.
From this Monday evening's The Rachel Maddow Show, Rachel reminds us that Rep. Todd Akin is just the latest in a long line of Republicans who have been arguing about rape victims rights. What used to be considered the fringe of the party has now
Rachel Maddow and New York Magazine's Frank Rich did a wonderful job of giving her viewers a little history lesson for those who are not already aware of the struggles, protests and turmoil that Americans experienced when they were living through similar times as we are now with severe income disparity, a government that was only responsive to the ultra-rich and and uprisings that eerily resemble what we're seeing now with the Occupy Wall Street movement.
Time for your weekly podcast with The Professional Left, otherwise known as our own Bluegal and Driftglass. I just want to wish our friend Driftie and some of my fellow contributors the best of luck with finding new employment and along with any
MSNBC's Lawrence O'Donnell talked to author Frank Rich about his recent column in New York Magazine which takes a look at the real tragedy in America since the attacks on 9-11 and as he wrote there: The hallowed burial grounds of 9/11 were
New York magazine writer Frank Rich explained Monday that Rupert Murdoch's unethical business practices were not limited to Britain. "I think that we're deluding ourselves if we think the whole Murdoch culture has not spread to America," Rich
Two articles this weekend caught my eye as a great study in contrasts, one by George Will called Burning Down the House, the other by Frank Rich, titled Obama’s Original Sin. They both discuss the 2008 financial collapse and policies surrounding
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