3 min ago | Boston Herald
U.S. Rep. Edward J. Markey, who has long touted himself as the driving force behind a $35 million telecom bust in his own hometown, laid the responsibility for the 200-acre boondoggle on five Bay State Republicans and two recessions yesterday when he faced criticism over the project's poor job creation record.
1 hr ago | American Reporter
BRADENTON, Fla., Jan. 9, 2011 -- On the eve of the New Hampshire primary, Mitt Romney stuck his foot in his mouth so deep that the sole may have irritated his lower intestine.
3 hrs ago | Slate Magazine
The saddest "gaffe" is the one that nobody actually bothers to dispute with facts.
7 hrs ago | Daily Kos
"How do you make abortion funny?" That was a key question mulled at a major conservative gathering Friday on how to make social conservatism appealing to young people, after an election where Republicans got trounced in the battle for millennial voters .
7 hrs ago | New York Magazine
The most unusual and interesting line in Julia Ioffe's highly interesting profile of Rand Paul is Paul's confession, "I'm not a firm believer in democracy.
9 hrs ago | Politico
Mitt Romney voters are bigger dog lovers and less likely to be cat fans than President Barack Obama's voters are, a new poll finds.
10 hrs ago | Roll Call
With a new poll showing Rep. Edward J. Markey, D-Mass., pulling away, yet another outside group spot is hitting GOP nominee Gabriel Gomez in the Massachusetts Senate special election.
14 hrs ago | Silicon Alley Insider
Greg Mankiw, the former economic adviser to Mitt Romney, is out with a new paper that aims to "defend the 1 percent" and the status quo of income equality in the United States.
16 hrs ago | Forbes.com
Google 's acquisition of Waze hints at decisive digital technology shifts for the next presidential election.
17 hrs ago | American Reporter
In an impressive if demeaning display of Israel's power to shape America's political destiny, the Democratic National Convention in Charlotte today was forced to adopt a once-discarded platform plank that names Jerusalem as Israel's capital over the objections of thousands of delegates.
It was sometime in the mid 1990s. I had been out in the heat much of the day and needed air conditioning and a cold drink.
When looking at Obama and the Administration he leads, it is best to look at the big picture.
I was driving through a steady rain recently when I spotted my octogenarian friend, Izzy.
It may seem counterintuitive to predict anything past Nov. 6, given the high-stakes atmosphere surrounding this year's presidential elections.
Yet it's hard to find anyone who doesn't think employers should be barred from hiring illegal immigrants - and sharply penalized if they do so.
Today is Saturday, June 15, the 166th day of 2013. There are 199 days left in the year.
Of all the candidates for the Republican presidential nomination last year - Romney, Gingrich, Perry, Bachmann, et al - the most sanctimonious was Rick Santorum.