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  • SNL mocks Obama's bin Laden celebrating

    SNL mocks Obama's bin Laden celebrating
    A week after picking apart many of the undeclared Republican presidential candidates (including one, Newt Gingrich, who became a declared candidate this week) "Saturday Night Live" turned its attention to President Barack Obama and his perceived...
  • Tuesday morning talkers: Bill Ayers, Black panther craziness, and a free gun with every TV

    On weekday mornings, I'll post the most controversial, shocking and (of course) ridiculous stories for your reading pleasure. That way, when you walk into work, you'll be the master of witty conversation. National • War in Libya costs $600...
  • Obama's truthiness

    Obama's truthiness
    It's becoming increasingly clear that President Barack Obamais not burdened with too heavy a commitment to honesty. This is hardly a shock about any politician, but revelations of dishonesty hurt some more than others. Announce that Bill Clinton has been...
  • Issues vs. 'distractions'

    Issues vs. 'distractions'
    It's going to be bait and switch for as far as the eye can see. That's how it looks now that the smoke has cleared after the recent "Mommy war" skirmish over Democratic operative Hilary Rosen's comment that mother of five Ann Romney had "never worked a...
  • The stakes feel dangerously real in 'Long Way'

    The stakes feel dangerously real in 'Long Way'
    "Long Way Go Down" Set in a dusty Arizona town not far from the Mexican border, "Long Way Go Down" (from Jackalope Theatre at the Viaduct) unfolds much like a human chess game. Strategy is all-important, and the traps are many. A long-haul truck...
  • Gingrich points to 'radical' Alinsky in criticizing Obama

    Gingrich points to 'radical' Alinsky in criticizing Obama
    Nearly 40 years after his death, Saul Alinsky's name is back in the news, peppered throughout presidential hopeful Newt Gingrich's speeches. A native Chicagoan, Alinsky was "the father of community organizing," said Sanford D. Horwitt, author of "Let...
  • 'The Good Wife' recap: The N-word

     
    While "The Good Wife" is no stranger to thorny subjects like capital punishment, marital infidelity and terrorism, this week's episode was an especially bold installment, diving headlong into two of the trickiest issues out there: Racism and abortion....
  • Saul, folks

     
    UPDATED with many new links: Saul Alinsky, really? What small percentage of Americans knows enough about Saul Alinsky to understand Newt Gingrich's continual use of his name to slur President Barack Obama? A list of recent commentaries and relevant...
  • More on 'Law School Obama'

     
    In the National Review Online, American Center for Law and Justice senior counsel David French, who attended Harvard Law School shortly after President Obama, offers a take on Obama's "radicalism" -- He’s not so much a liberal radical as a......
  • So We’re Still Doing the Whole ‘Obama, the Radical’ Thing?

     
    Dear American Right-Wing, I'm confused. Let me just check and make sure I have this correct: we're still doing the whole, Obama, the Radical Afro-centric Leftist thing? Like, you, Right Wing, you're still on this whole fantasy that our President, Barack...
  • Goldberg: What's behind hatred of Obama?

    Goldberg: What's behind hatred of Obama?
    What drives Barack Obama's "haters and doubters"? So asks Obama biographer David Maraniss in a recent op-ed article for the Washington Post. By haters and doubters he means the people who think Obama wasn't born in the U.S., that he's a secret Muslim...
  • Mitt Romney is a Weird Robot and Conservatives Hate Him. But His Bigger Problem is He's Also a Mormon

    Mitt Romney is a Weird Robot and Conservatives Hate Him. But His Bigger Problem is He's Also a Mormon
    Mitt Romney is on track to get the Republican nomination for president the same way his 2008 rival John McCain did. The former Massachusetts governor was the runner-up in the last open primary and is not facing anyone strong enough to knock him out of his...