What's good for Best Buy isn't necessarily good for America.
Obamacare: a law so officially settled, it's inscribed in solid Play-Doh.
Because a lame duck deserves a huge pitcher of Grey Goose.
Anchors aweigh—a bored Congress can get into far more trouble than bored sailors on leave.
America has always been excellent at providing medical care, but not very good at providing coverage. Obamacare has turned that around.
Welcome to America's Total Dependency Economy.
High times: Obamacare versus Colorado’s legalization of marijuana.
Which may be an insult to the speed of the snail.
Picture Joe Isuzu selling for one of those pyramid sales companies and you'll get an idea of how Obamacare works.
Come the new year, the U.S. insurance industry, consumer spending, and the labor force might be retracting all at once.
Obamacare's numbers paint a bleak picture of broken promises and outright lies.
Good news for big business seems to be everywhere — until you look past the big headline numbers.
I've joked that I'm spending everything on liquor and ammo. After writing this column, I don't think I'm joking anymore.
In order to form a more perfect union of vodka and vermouth.
The polls show a very close race for the White House. So who will win the presidential election, Democrat President Barack Obama or Republican Governor Mitt Romney? Find out on this Trifecta.
Can we expect the Democrats to engage in gangland style voter fraud in the presidential election? Democrats are encouraging their base to vote early through absentee ballots. Are the President Obama and the Democrats concocting Election Day shenanigans? Find out on this edition of Trifecta.
President Obama’s surrogates assured the nation on the Sunday shows that the President has a plan. Does it involve something other than blaming President Bush? Find out on this special “What are they smoking?!” edition of Hair of the Dog.
The sparks begin to fly, the Smirnoff begins to flow, and the servers begin to crash, at 9:00 PM eastern/6:00 PM pacific.
Get into the ring, and/or belly up the bar, tonight at 9:00 PM eastern/6:00 PM pacific.
A real-time look at one surreal debate.
Live from CPAC Colorado in Denver — with a possible surprise guest or two.
The pundits and surrogates did their best to manage expectations relating to the upcoming presidential debates. What do President Obama and GOP nominee Mitt Romney need to do to win the debates? Find out on this edition of Hair of the Dog.