The vast majority of businesses now say health reform does not affect hiring.
Not war like in Afghanistan. No, we are talking about the War on Christmas.
Former Alaska governor's latest move hits the very definition of conservative hypocrisy.
The Progressive's editor dishes up straight talk on MSNBC.
Palin praised Walker, mocked Obama, and served up some anti-big- government boilerplate as protesters chanted, “Sarah Palin, Go Home!”
Showing not an ounce of remorse nor pledging to lower her own rhetoric even a decibel, Palin makes herself the victim.
The prospect of Palin in 2012 is not one to be sneered at—much less hoped for, and I know a lot of Democrats are doing both.
Now I don’t share their politics at all. Not at all. I detest them. Still, I grudgingly respect their tactics.
Palin’s endorsements have paid off dramatically, and with every new one, it seems more and more possible that she could actually win the Republican nomination.
The Right is co-opting progressivism for its own ends.
How far have women and gay people come in a world that once casually discriminated against us, laughed at the very idea of our equal human rights?
There was something comical in hearing former Alaskan Gov. Sarah Palin’s recent condemnation of the “liberal media” for exposing — although a bit late — Rand Paul’s disappointingly narrow view of the Civil Rights Act of 1964.
Those progressives who cheer the takeover of the Republican Party by the tea partiers, seeing in it a recipe for electoral victory for Democrats in 2012, may be making a tragic error.
People are looking for answers. And Sarah Palin is providing them. They are simplistic answers. They are foolish answers. They are the wrong answers. But they have an appeal.
Matthew Rothschild is the editor of The Progressive magazine. To subscribe for just $14.97 a year, just click here.