As the Benghazi prosecution appears to fizzle, rightbloggers have sought to replace it with a pair of new scandalettes concerning the IRS and the Associated Press.
We think they show a disappointing lack of imagination. In the far-flung meth labs of the right, fresher outrages are cooking that Amer ... More >>
Now that Newt Gingrich, newly amplified as a Presidential candidate, is regularly using Saul Alinsky as a club to beat Obama, the conservative obsession with long-dead community organizer has gone bigtime.
Perhaps overexcited by this new opportunity to lecture America about one more thing that they ... More >>
Riots broke out in London and other parts of England last week. The evident catalyst was the controversial killing by police of Mark Duggan; but, as with the Rodney King beating that sparked the 1992 Los Angeles Riots, it's unlikely that one small event could have caused so much fury and violence.
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In the future, everyone will be a serious Republican Presidential candidate for 15 minutes.
We're close to that now. Last Monday several GOP contenders for the big job debated in New Hampshire, and Minnesota Congresswoman Michele Bachmann's relatively lulu-free performance appears to have pushed he ... More >>