Texas Republican and former House Majority Leader Tom DeLay -- a/k/a, "The Hammer" -- has been sentenced to three years in prison for conspiring to launder $190,000 in corporate money into a political campaign fund that would have gone to a number of Texas Republicans vying for spots in the s ... More >>
Decades ago, when I was new to the pages of the Voice and when my work actually appeared on pages, I was visited at the office by state investigators. They had in their hands a campaign filing by Al Vann, then a young and ballsy assemblyman from the heart of Bed Stuy. I was astoni ... More >>
Alex Gibney's Casino Jack and the United States of Money is indispensable viewing
Gaga for Google and every twittle thing that made the Aughts fraught with fakery and fun
Sarah Palin's worst nightmare, Levi Johnston, is posing for Playgirl magazine, which is perfect for him--it's online and it's basically a bunch of pictures.
It's lovely to go on TV and rag on someone besides Carrie Prejean for a change. So last night, I appeared on Countdown With Keith Olbermann to discuss the wacky hype behind Sarah Palin's lucrative public appearances--the ones she stepped down from her silly little gubernatorial post to cash in on ... More >>
ABC's Good Morning America has increased its credibility by hiring comedian Steve Harvey to dispense relationship advice. Since achieving national attention as an expert dispenser of swear words and homey anecdotes in the movie The Original Kings of Comedy, Harvey has become a cuddly sitcom a ... More >>
Abramoff scandal snares one Republican after another
Congress members, staff, and lobbyistsone big happy family
Make him president! He's a pig! And other reactions to Tom DeLay's big day in court
Getting a grip on the Hammer and that criminal conspiracy charge
White Houses favorite Hammer silenced in Congress
Merry Christmas! There is a G-D! And other reactions to the Tom DeLay criminal indictment
Plame's not the first spy outed by the Bush team. Remember the case of the Pakistani computer tech?
DeLay and Frist light the torches for a crusade against 'activist' judges
Majority leader could can the filibuster, but business types quake over nightmare revenge
Get me an activist judge! Prez rides hard for Christian right
The miracle of Capitol Hill tries to pump new life into the Christian right
The president says he opposes torture; his leadership supports it. Who will prevail?
The GOP's champions of this war had a hard time finding their own way to the battlefield
A New Generation of Leaders Makes a Different Choice
Tom DeLays Republican Congress Prepares to Smash the State
Starr's Strikes Forever
What Will Happen to the Constitution If Clinton Is Convicted?