Democrats embrace the basic tenet that judging is simply another form of politics. This embrace echoes the rise of the politicized life on the left.
Starbuck survives a mutiny, allies with Cylons, and receives a prophecy affecting humans and Cylons alike.
It’s no wonder Anakin Skywalker would think to resolve political conflicts by conversion or coercion instead of tolerance and persuasion.
The Cylons plunge into civil war while Tyrol, Tigh, and Tory process the revelation they too are Cylons, with a fatal consequence.
Michael Smerconish noticed something odd about The New York Times coverage of a new allegation: A sentence undermining the accuser’s story had been deleted.
Season Four begins in a space battle between humans and Cylons, but the real drama comes from conflicts of faith within both camps.
Even a small dog, with only minimal human assistance, more credibly approximates this classic Phil Collins fill from ‘In The Air Tonight’ than Beto O’Rourke manages on ‘Baba O’Riley.’
Journos seem to want the people running successful businesses to give them trucks full of money, but stay entirely out of their way.
In state after state, Democrats have been swarming the polls and swamping GOP turnout increases.
Once upon a time, the idea that Bert and Ernie were not merely roommates but shacking up was borne of immature humor that would be condemned in many quarters today.
Season Three concludes with Baltar’s trial and shocking discoveries on the path to Earth.
The party is a shrunken core of holdover urban machine politicians being overtaken by an activist base on the far left.
As the series approaches the Season Three finale, Starbuck and Apollo take dramatic turns.
Republicans are on the verge of moving the Supreme Court rightward in a way seemingly unthinkable since President Reagan’s nomination of Robert Bork.
The deteriorating condition of the fleet after its many battles and escapes is a quiet, growing threat in these two episodes.
The Vatican and its defenders seem to believe they can ride out the current child abuse scandal with the Clinton playbook in a #MeToo era.
While Roslin and Adama decide Baltar’s fate, two stand-alone episodes delve deeper into the personal lives of Apollo and Helo.
The right needs to be precise in its language when it attacks socialism or the social welfare state, and careful to educate voters.
The second half of Season Three weaves together the key elements of the series: religious mythos, sci-fi action, and character-driven conflict.
Michigan’s Rashida Tlaib is representative of the Democratic Party’s march beyond the embrace of candidates who criticize Israeli policy or its current government to a much uglier place.
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