Let's remember to celebrate our declaration of independence, a political act whose primary intent was to achieve a government that worked.
You've probably seen the word "derp" floating around lately. You may wonder what it means ... and why we seem to be living in Derpica.
The Court's more troubling decisions came in a pair of cases on workplace discrimination. Individually, each case might seem benign. But together they offer employers a blueprint for discrimination.
The Inspector General's report didn't mention the IRS targeting progressive groups for enhanced scrutiny, because Darrell Issa used the IG's office to harass his own 'Enemies List.'
For those who shocked by Edward Snowden's flight to Russia, he's following a path set by William Martin and Bernon Mitchell ... once upon today.
House Republicans want government small enough to fit in your womb. And we need to make sure women remember that in 2014.
Conservatives still oppose First Lady Michelle Obama's anti-obesity program, because freedom. But when it comes to progressive legislation, the right-wing get very weight conscious.
The AP have launched a vendetta to bring down President Obama, and they have made their agenda crystal clear through twisting stories to suit their narrative.
Not all liberals are progressive, and not all progressives are liberal. And when we discuss politics, we must recognize and respect our differences.
The end of Big Military, it seems, leaves us with Even Bigger computers sifting Even Bigger data to identify and stop those small groups.
Yesterday's revelations about the NSA's PRISM program should spark conversations about privacy. And those discussions should move beyond George Orwell's dystopian
Republicans are using a desperately ill 10-year-old child as a prop in a political campaign to smear Obamacare.
The conservative manual for How to Handle a Heckler, Black Democratic First Lady Edition varies a lot from the manual for a Republican First Lady.
"Communist" First Lady "Blindly Stirs Race Tension" ... not Michelle Obama, but Eleanor Roosevelt after the Zoot Suit Riots
As the sequester bites deepen, Americans are desperate for jobs, Meals on Wheels, Head Start, and access to health care. Meanwhile, Republicans are desperate for a political scalp.
Does civilization break down after disasters, with looting in the streets? Or do communities pull together? The answer, according to the media, depends on race.
Conservatives think a new study about men and big biceps proves their physical superiority over liberals, when it actually reveals their selfishness.
For months, Republicans have accused the Obama administration of lying and omitting crucial information about Benghazi. In fact, this is exactly what Republicans have done.
With the deficit falling, House Republicans have found themselves stumbling around while for a good ransom on raising the debt limit.
Last week the Beltway media kicked off ScandalFest 2013, their periodic celebration of talking point transcription and self-righteousness disguised as investigative journalism.