We on the right side of the spectrum joke about Obama’s overexposure, and the president’s fans shoot back that we’re nitpicking about a president performing his vital duty of communicating with the American people. But USA Today runs the numbers and observes it’s not just misperception: “Obama will have done 124 print, broadcast and radio interviews by day’s end on Sunday, according to a tally by Martha Joynt Kumar, a political scientist at Towson University in Maryland. George W. Bush did 40 and Bill Clinton did 46 by the same point in their presidencies.”
Oswalt betrayed a friend of 34 years because he was scared by the antics of a handful of crap-flinging baboons on the Internet.
Less fanaticism, more restraint, and more moderation — not the worst idea for a new year’s resolution.
Democrats shoot themselves in the foot to make their displeasure with Joe Manchin clear.
Why were President Biden and the FBI so reluctant to say that the synagogue gunman was motivated by antisemitism and jihadism?
Where is the Justice Department on the California train heists? Where is the FBI? So far they appear to be AWOL.
What the president’s Georgia voting speech lacked in facts, he tried to make up in hysteria.
The move is the latest in a series of rebukes to the senator from Democratic officials and donors.
The new infrastructure law’s Bridge Formula Program turns out to be a windfall for inefficient, unionized blue states.
The State Department will also reportedly begin telling American civilians in Ukraine next week to leave the country on commercial flights.
The week of January 17: stakeholder capitalism, Xi’s ‘common prosperity,’ climate, inflation, and much, much more.
The Boston museum has always been a treasure for anyone who enters its doors, and it should focus on what makes that so.
Important context in considering what might happen in the event that Roe is overturned.