In spite of all the scrutiny of his controversial Salon article, something fundamental has been overlooked, hiding in plain sight.
Pat Buchanan once again plays fast and loose with the facts to back up his ridiculous statements — this time about Iran.
The U.S. general's appearance before Congress today was the perfect opportunity for grandstanding.
They're being indicted and they're resigning. If this keeps up, which Democrat will suffer more come the convention?
The fact that the Michigan and Florida Democratic primaries are such a mess isn't good for democracy.
Why hasn't the governor of New York resigned yet? Sheryl Longin has the details you're not likely to get from television pundits.
Mud wrestling gets ratings, writes Sheryl Longin, but does it win elections?
Sheryl Longin wonders why the lamest stories are so often the most popular.
Is Republican John McCain's unique relationship with the liberal media a liability or an asset for his presidential run? Sheryl Longin wonders.
Are Democrats using tortured logic to define McCain's vote against the Intelligence Authorization Bill prohibiting torture? Sheryl Longin wonders.
Hillary eked out a Super Tuesday victory. Obama claims to have won more delegates. She is loaning herself money. He is rolling in dough. What does it all mean? asks Sheryl Longin.
Rudy and Arnold have thrown their support behind John McCain, the clear frontrunner for the Republican nomination. Sheryl Longin wonders if the Arizona senator will ever get the backing of the self-described purists of his party.
A little online research can be a dangerous thing when it comes to medical symptoms. PJM columnist Sheryl Longin writes about "one of the web's dirtiest little secrets" - Internet Induced Hypochondria.
Having trouble remembering your history lessons from grammar school? PJM columnist Sheryl Longin is too and thinks she knows why. The wrong things are being taught. Kids are interested in the history of how things work, not stories about Indians. And they should be!
PJM Columnist Sheryl Longin admits to spending too much time with the idiot box. Like a lot of us, she's become addicted to reality shows and she's trying to figure out why. Says Longin: "When I say addicted, I mean addicted."