Memorial Day, and the way we remember our fallen troops, defines today’s great ideological divide.
When it comes to John McCain, Sarah Palin just can’t win.
Campaigning for the man who catapulted her onto the national stage has prompted some McCain detractors to demote her from conservative rock star to unprincipled RINO sell-out. But were she to snub her former running mate, she’d be branded a disloyal backstabbing ingrate.
There’s no question [...]
Join me tonight at 10:00 pm ET on Twitter, as we watch Chris Matthews in a town hall style meeting as he asks the question, “Are Americans judged by their character and not their skin color?”
Chris Matthews, the host of MSNBC’s Hardball, announced at the beginning of the Obama presidency that he saw it as [...]
As news began to pour in yesterday from Haiti, my thoughts turned to Mission of Hope , an orphanage-school which friends of mine volunteered at. I wondered about their safety, the safety of the children and staff, and the condition of the ministry’s infrastructure. I thought about the country, the stories I’d heard, the history [...]