What to do about Herman Cain? This question goes not to the Republican Party, where "establishment" candidates like Mitt Romney privately dismiss Cain as lacking the experience, gravitas and resources to beat President Barack Obama and then to soundly govern the country.
From way up here in the nose-bleed section of the stadium, I have noticed something, and I’d be curious to know if I am the only one who has spotted this particular naked monarch strutting down the strand. Is it just me, or are OWSers only interested in taking money from what they would characterize as conservative rich people?
This is a big week in American politics.
A new generation joined the Mullings household a year ago. This column, first written in 2001, has held up through the years. Enjoy.
One of the greatest perversions of statism is the use of taxpayer money to push for ever more government spending and intervention.
To understand the workings of American politics, you have to understand this fundamental law: Conservatives think liberals are stupid. Liberals think conservatives are evil.</
This week, a three-day conference hosted by the CIA on "homegrown radicalization" was supposed to have taken place at CIA headquarters. It did not. The conference was abruptly canceled.
Across the country, it's a staple of schoolyards, Internet discussion groups, Twitter and sitcoms.
The GOP debate might as well have been moderated by People Magazine - that's how terrible and inane CNN's job was.
Can we talk about this French guy for a minute, this Dominique Strauss-Kahn character?
As much as liberals complain about conservative "misinformation" and incivility, they never seem to find it on channels like MSNBC, and we know there are small bands of liberals that wander over there.
Conservatives who really wanted to see at least a spending "haircut" for NPR or public broadcasting in the underwhelming budget deal for 2011 might have suggested at least some symbolic victory for conservatives.
Let's see if I've got this right. According to NPR's official line, the greatest hope for objective news reporting on the American airwaves will be lost if its federal subsidy is eliminated.
Some conservatives and Tea Parties are criticizing the budget deal Republicans agreed to with Democrats and the Obama administration on Friday. Should they be?
The news leaked out Monday that Katie Couric is stepping down from her failed experiment as the anchor of the "CBS Evening News."