A modest proposal for anonymous, abusive Internet commenters.
I’m not accusing all Republicans of holding the same views as Andre Bauer (R-SC), but I haven’t heard many cries of outrage or calls for disavowal.
The instances of medical malpractice are so numerous that making it more difficult to sue the greedy incompetents who perpetrate these crimes should be prevented.
Ron Rosenbaum's pick for the best Iraq war movie of 2009.
Wouldn’t the whole episode make more sense if Bill was deliberately out to sabotage his wife’s run in ways she’d never know?
This could be the media story of the decade in a nutshell.
Isn’t humility supposed to be one of the cardinal virtues?
Bill Clinton is back in the news, reminding us once again what a hard-core lout lies just beneath the surface.
The fat cats of Goldman Sachs, Morgan Stanley, and Citigroup turn out to be scaredy cats.
Comparing warming skepticism to Holocaust denial is simply disgusting.
The symbolic crime against the human rights lawyer should not be allowed to pass unnoticed.
Like the volunteers who fought the Spanish fascists in the 1930s, why not an international brigade of women to fight the Taliban?
I don't want people like the New Jersey governor buying the Democratic Party.
When are the pundits who relied on the discredited National Intelligence Estimate on Iran going to fess up that they were had?
The president remains an optimist about human nature, despite the evidence in front of his eyes.
Many liberals dismissed her charge as just plain dumb, as they think she is. But it was a brilliant, carefully crafted phrase by a sly politician.
The overblown comparisons — from both the right and the left — demean the memory of his victims and survivors.
He was more King of Trainwreck Celebrity than he was King of Pop. (Also read Richard Fernandez on The Mother of All Media Freakshows)
Timing his Cairo speech just before the Lebanese elections was a brilliant move. And it got results.
Thanks for validating my thesis that anonymity is what turns web commenting from free expression into a digital lynch mob.
You won’t have to skulk around knowing you’re too timid to stand up for what you believe in.
The single worst piece of fast food ever ...
Hysterical intolerance of other points of view has increasingly become the norm on both sides of the blogosphere.