Reeeaally? The New York Times wants to talk about civility? Again?
Ann Coulter is desperately trying to stay relevant by doubling down on Orwellian duckspeak.
A classic bio-pic that's a must see Henry Fonda classic.
An excellent Noir from the early '50s. Grab your popcorn!
An anti-Nazi propaganda film that's totally entertaining, starring the guy who played Ashley Wilkes in 'Gone with the Wind.'
Michael Steele talks a great never Trumper game until it comes down to voting him out of office.
There will be a court battle to put the ERA in the Constitution after one more state ratifies it.
Breitbart never reported the money they spent to pay a former Sanders supporter to suppress the Black vote for Donald Trump. That's breaking the law.
Michael Gerson getting applause for calling out Christian Republican hypocrisy in a WaPo op-ed, but he's lying when he pretends this is a Trump Era phenomenon or is "exposed" by Trump's treatment of immigrants.
One of Martin Scorcese's favorites, and it's easy to see why he loves it.
A nice, tight noir from the fifties. Worth the click.
Michael Gerson's tale of the Republican Party going to pot JUST two years ago gets interrupted repeatedly by the ghosts of Republicans past.
Film Noir on a Saturday night...
Only one side loves the "corporations are people" pollution in our politics.
I want this clip of Chuck Todd saying "I hate what-about-ism" to be my ringtone.