People Against Legalizing Murder (PALM) created the activist website Murder is Bad a few days ago, regarding Shell’s argument that it can’t be held accountable in U.S. courts for murders which occurred in Nigeria. […]
IN AN interview on Tuesday, Mitt Romney began a much delayed reach out to the Hispanic community. President Obama has been leading with this community in long-term polling for months.
It came at a stop […]
Judge Simpson said in his Tuesday ruling that for the presidential election of Nov. 6, voters in Pennsylvania could be asked to produce the newly required photo IDs, but if they did not have […]
The Obama ad is called “Not One of Us,” and that was another theme of my conversations with voters about Romney. (It’s an insidious title — can you imagine Romney making an anti-Obama ad […]
THE SEGMENT on “Fox and Friends” today turned into a battle over whether Michael Savage is “malicious” or not, with O’Reilly and Laura Ingraham colliding on debate strategy for Romney.
Watching Bill O’Reilly’s face as […]
California became the first state to prohibit “conversion” or “reparative” therapy for minors. “Conversion” therapy is intended to change sexual orientation. Such therapies have been criticized and discredited by nearly all major U.S. medical, […]
THE REPORT comes from Charlie Gasparino. The challenge to it is seen in another report that Karl Rove’s American Crossroads is investing a one-week buy of $16 million in Senate races, as well […]
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THE LITTLE start-up that’s broadcasting the Syrian unraveling is getting big time press today. “Foreign correspondents” gets redefined in the new-media era.
Syria’s civil war has made Friday afternoons a busy time at Bambuser, a […]
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“Excuse me, I’m not a student in your classroom,” he told the Harvard Law School professor. [Boston Globe]
THE WORD “independent” came out of Scott Brown’s mouth as many times as he could think to […]