We need to reverse the “outrage machine” we see in politics, but how? One idea that is picking up steam is “emotional correctness.” It is the brain child of Sally Kohn, a liberal pundit at Fox News.
This past Monday, the jury of the Pulitzer Prize gave the public service award to The Guardian and the Washington Post for their groundbreaking articles on the National Security Agency’s surveillance activities.
The terrifyingly successful Fox News franchise, among others, has helped to make American media (on both sides) into a pathetic joke. The conservative media, in particular, is plagued by a lack of commitment to providing the recipient with real facts
Has the second American Revolution begun? If you believe the militiamen that attended last week’s “Battle of Bunkerville” in Nevada, it’s here and they have won the first conflict.
The damage the Heritage Foundation has done at the national level can only be equaled by what the American Legislative Exchange Council has done at the state level. The two work very differently, but ALEC is much more dangerous.
The Cheney Clan still won’t give in to reality or public opinion, especially when it comes to waterboarding. It’s amazing to me that anyone can even defend the practice, let alone claim that it’s not torture.
You are not a bad guy because you own a gun. But if you’re fighting for the rights of “bad guys with guns,” then you can’t call yourself the good guy. Arguments and attitudes need to be reachable on both sides of this issue.
I am speechless and outraged by Republicans who blocked legislation meant to close the gender pay gap. There are several repercussions that women face when making only 77 cents on the dollar compared to men.
Today President Obama will be giving the keynote address at the LBJ Presidential Library in Austin, Texas. An event that will commemorate one of the landmark pieces of legislation in the battle against discrimination, the Civil Rights Act of 1964
Brendan Eich, having been Mozilla CEO for scarcely two weeks, has elected to step down from his position. This change comes amid a firestorm of controversy over his past decision to donate $1000 in support of California Ballot Proposition 8 in 2008.