By now the media have worked themselves into a frenzy over the looming presidential debates between Barack Obama and Mitt Romney. Who will win?
I’ve had it up to here with presidential candidates screwing up Denver traffic and commerce this year. Every time one of them comes to town
(Updated Oct. 1, 2012, at 1:40 pm MT) Two Politico writers today called Romneycare “one of the greatest stories never told.” In “Big ‘Romneycare’ secret:
The New York Times ran an excellent opinion piece yesterday — “We Are the 96 Percent” by Suzanne Mettler and John Sides. In the midst
One more inane aside to the Romney video: Anyone else wonder what those $50,000-a-plate donors had for dinner? What do you serve to people like
I’m reminded as our political campaign rolls on toward Election Day that we must listen and read, speak and write carefully and critically. This week
The following is excerpted from John Scalzi’s post “Being Poor” and from the comments that follow. It should be required reading for everyone but especially
Anyone else notice something wrong with this ad? I normally go out of my way to ignore political ads, but this one caught my eye