(5 comments) Tuesday, December 26, 2017 MeToo movement needs to get beyond celebrity-scalp hunting
The MeToo movement has done much to not just raise awareness about sexual harassment, but actually hold some high-profile people accountable. Yet, it needs to move beyond celebrity scalp-hunting to better hold those accountable who are not so well-known.
(54 comments) Monday, March 13, 2017 Resistance to Trump continues to grow
Resistance to Trump continues to grow as seen in boisterous Town Hall meetings and the rise of numerous sites and groups.
(2 comments) Wednesday, October 29, 2008 More celebrity athletes put money on Obama
A key athlete such as LeBron James endorsing Obama could make a difference in convincing people to register and vote, especially in a key swing state like Ohio.
(1 comments) Wednesday, September 10, 2008 Palin's shallow record makes her worse than Bush
Usually vice presidential candidates don't demand much focus. But in an election in which senior citizen John McCain could easily die in the White House if he gets there - since he looks like he is about 90 - we have to review Sarah Palin's record. And that record is as shallow as the Republican Party's platform.
(11 comments) Monday, August 13, 2007 Cheney helped force Rove out
Perhaps Rove wants to spend more time with his gay stepfather, the one who left Rove and his suicidal mother during Christmas time one year, to talk about "family values."
(2 comments) Monday, July 9, 2007 The Wonder Years of Rove and Cheney
The youth of Cheney and Rove has not been examined as much as Bush's younger days. But to understand why those men are so deceitful today, we must look at their upbringing, which Jackson Thoreau details in his new book, Born to Cheat.
Sunday, February 4, 2007 Raise hell, for Molly
It's time for all of us who still give a damn about what Molly wrote about and believed to answer the call, once again.
(5 comments) Wednesday, November 22, 2006 Racism in 'Kramer' is in us all, even Sean Hannity
Republicans like Hannity denounce such exhibitions as Richards' and call them sick. What they see in Richards is a reflection of themselves. It's a reflection of our entire society.