As we're fond of pointing out, rightbloggers are prone to mood swings between triumphalism to persecution mania. Though we're sure they'll be on the upswing by the time the 2014 elections roll around -- they're gamers that way -- lately they seem to be on a down cycle. In fact, to hear rightblogger ... More >>
What would Rousseau do?
For some people, the terrorist attacks have been a gold mine
The polls closed at 8 p.m. but the Jersey Governor's race between incumbent Jon Corzine (pictured) and former U.S. Attorney Chris Christie is at present too close to call, just as late polls had suggested. Republicans are cautiously optimistic: "POLITICS 24/7 is willing to go out on a limb with Chr ... More >>
2:20 pm: The TV crews are set up, and Sen. John McCain is set to arrive at 3 pm for his only New York appearance before Super Tuesday's madness. Two canines are circulating, sniffing press bags. The Grand Central Vanderbilt concourse is being cordoned off, and travelers outside the press corral push ... More >>
Obama's strategy makes her spurn Bill's Cuban advances and embrace Bush and the GOP's anti-Castro right.
The looming five-year anniversary of the 2001 terrorist attacks has triggered new efforts to fill in the gaps (or twist the facts) of the well-studied history of that day. My current/former colleagues Wayne Barrett and Dan Collins have penned a book looking critically at Mayor Giuliani's performance ... More >>
The Bloomberg administration's fight for 9-11 secrecy