An interview with the director of the film Stephen Colbert considers “So good it almost made me like Chicago Obama.”
This was an election about the economy, but not in the sense that many seemed to think. This was an election about austerity.
Obama’s speech is a symbolically important speech that doesn’t mean everything, but it means something; it means enough to make Netanyahu nervous, and that in itself is significant.
Maybe Varadarajan is full of crap.
This is painfully funny satire that even Gogol couldn’t dream up.
A good portion of the criticism strikes home because it addresses problems with Obama’s leadership.
Republicans feel safe in making the comparison to Hurricane Katrina because Black lives are devalued.
There were safer liberal options (ladies, too!) for Obama to choose from, like Diane Wood.
President Obama seems to be up to the challenge of immigration reform.
15 years after the Oklahoma City Bombing, right-wing terror in the U.S. is still a threat.