Roger Goodell, commissioner of the NFL, sent a very strong message of accountability not only to players, but to coaches and management on Wednesday, proving that nobody is bigger than the NFL
I don’t dislike many people. I hate a few – the boss who fired me with 4 kids at home; Limbaugh; people like that. But I generally don’t dislike most fellow earthlings. There is one crepey-necked creep however, who stands out in the dislike department. I dislike what he says. I dislike what he stands for and I especially dislike the way he looks. It’s not because he’s ugly. I like a lot of ugly people. Hell, I’m getting more repulsive by the year. I don’t dislike him because of his age either; he just turned 70 and I’m in no position to make age an issue.
As state and national elected officials battle for the most egregiously NRA-friendly legislation possible, bizarre shooting incidents are popping up around the country.
A storm of protest is the best way to flush out the stench of this anti-American embarrassment to democracy known as ALEC.
Why has my country become the laughingstock of the world? Well, look at the comments above: you need look no further than Rick Santorum
A general review of the debate lies and hateful Obama references of the three remaining viable GOP Presidential candidates.
The more Rick Santorum pushes for an American theocracy the more the Christian Right accuses liberals of plotting an atheist dictatorship
As we enter 2012 the GOP's campaign to save America from non-existent problems rather than to create jobs shows no signs of abating
The U.S. Constitution was written by 55 men and signed by 39, but Chris Christie says 121 men and women can't give New Jersey a marriage law
Inside Job tracks, step by step the foolish and selfish lending, housing & monetary decisions of the Bush administration and watching it will make you never vote Republican again.
Even though Rick Santorum will soon come crashing back to earth, it's instructive to look at this darling of the wing-nut vote and has a puncher's chance of being the Republican nominee.
Tea party leaders have shown their un-American roots by demanding that education be returned to an era when it was the exclusive domain of the wealthy.
The mainstream media's reluctance to talk about religion and politics with regard to America's problems and possible solutions is troubling
The Republican presidential hopefuls have established cults of personality in line with Max Weber's model of charismatic leadership
These job statistics show who is working based on gender, race, and education.
America and its president face many challenges in 2012 because of an obstructionist Republican House, but Obama has constitutional remedies