You would think we would learn, but every year, somewhere, someone forgets that April 1 is April Fool’s Day and the joke's on them. Published March 31 2012
Don’t dismiss this series as mere fantasy. It has lessons that should be heeded by politicians of both parties. Published March 30 2012
Congressman Bobby Rush spoke from the House floor as, with a hoodie and sun glasses, he slowly transformed himself into a dangerous black man. Published March 28 2012
Rick Santorum is trying to scare the devil out of us with his creepy campaign ad. Will it work? Published March 26 2012
Santorum defends his profanity and now uses it to raise funds for his campaign. What's next? Published March 26 2012
Look no further than the NRA for the roots of this law. Published March 23 2012
The latest flap-a-doodle of Etch-A-Sketch and Mitt Romney reveals just how shallow the GOP primary race has become. Published March 22 2012
Seventy-five years ago, Amelia Earhart disappeared over the Pacific Ocean. Now heavyweights Secretary Clinton and Oceanographer Ballard spur forward the search for the plane. Published March 20 2012
In Washington, D.C., gas prices are already north of $5 a gallon. What’s the solution or is there one? Published March 19 2012
St. Patrick’s Day is now an excuse for drinking and sentimental malarkey. Instead, we should remember the bigotry our ancestors faced and make sure the new wave of immigrants don’t suffer the same discrimination. Published March 17 2012
Mitt Romney's dog on the car roof story keeps getting in the way of his campaign. There is a lesson here that candidates forget at their peril: Americans love dogs. Published March 15 2012
Want to be President of the United States? You better get a dog. And be nice to it. Published March 15 2012
President Obama on October 12, 2011 ordered 100 of our elite troops into the jungles of Uganda to help the regional forces to hunt down and root out the elusive Kony. Published March 13 2012
Sad to say, it appears that Obamaphobia is rampant in the South. If you listen to a majority of Republican voters in two key Southern states, President Obama lies about his religion. Published March 12 2012
For better or for worse, Governor Palin turned the GOP on its head and it’s never been the same. Published March 11 2012
Former governor Palin is angry about "Game Change," but being Sarah Palin she fights back with her own parody of the HBO movie. Published March 8 2012
Some days you just shouldn't even try to get out of bed. Today was one of those for talk show host Rush Limbaugh. Published March 5 2012
Limbaugh swallows his pride and says he's sorry and that he meant to be humorous and not insulting. Published March 3 2012
The outrage over Limbaugh's remarks about college student Sandra Fluke has ignited outrage across the spectrum and the firestorm threatens to engulf his advertisers as well. Published March 3 2012
The Cold Case Posse claims it has proof of a crime. Published March 2 2012
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