According to a new guide of Racial Microaggression, the only thing more offensive than asking a person where they’re from is asking them where they were born.
Love is love, except when a person loves their God and follows the tenets of their faith, evidently.
Jimmy Carter wants to take credit for Middle East peace. To do so he has to expediently skip over a momentous historic event.
According to the Supreme Court we can make up laws as we go along. As long as our intentions are good.
The GOP cares more about potential Burwell blowback than it does about fixing policy, which tells us everything we need to know about GOP effectiveness.
Since there’s evil in the world, someone needs to make weapons to help defend the innocent. Pope Francis should know this. His own Church might not exist without them.
What federal law could Congress pass to stop the next Roof? Just saying “Do something about guns” is vacuous political posturing.
President Barack Obama responded to the horrific shooting at a historically black church in Charleston that left nine dead with an earnest statement—well, other than that contention that was completely untrue.
Rush’s drummer, Neil Peart , says it’s “very obvious” that Rand Paul “hates women and brown people.”
If we can ban trans fats, someone needs to explain what stops the state from banning any unhealthy ingredient it feels like.
In an interview with Democratic presidential candidate and U.S. Sen. Bernie Sanders, Diane Rehm let slip that she keeps a list of troublesome Jews.
The New York Times inadvertently uncovers an average American in Marco Rubio. Will it matter in 2016?
Only half of Americans “trust” that Supreme Court will do the right thing on Obamacare. But what’s the right thing?
The president’s redefinition of American exceptionalism is a rejection of the things that make us unique.
If millions lose subsidies, the fight is going to be over for who the public blames for whatever chaos ensues. The culpability for that chaos belongs in one place.
While the Supreme Court’s decision against Abercrombie & Fitch may have been right, it has nothing to do with religious freedom.
The only thing that’s inevitable in politics is crushing disappointment. So you might as well be entertained.
The Iraq War did not accomplish any of its objectives. Republicans should admit it and move on.
Deadspin says ESPN’s Will Cain must be punished for failing to embrace liberal orthodoxy on global warming.
Candidates have nothing to fear from biased questions. Unless, that is, they’re insecure in their own beliefs.
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