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  • 2016 beckons women into politics

    2016 beckons women into politics
    Come January, the U.S. House and Senate will have 104 women members. On the surface, that is a huge accomplishment. It has taken women nearly 100 years — since 1916, when Montana elected Republican Jeannette Rankin to the House — to...
  • GOP's new motto: Every silver lining has its cloud

    GOP's new motto: Every silver lining has its cloud
    Politics sometimes leads to poetic justice. Sarah Palin can no longer mock President Barack Obama's use of a teleprompter after her own teleprompter froze midspeech. The calamity occurred at Republican U.S. Rep. Steve King's Iowa Freedom Summit in...
  • Move over, Sarah Palin, the GOP's got a new star

    Move over, Sarah Palin, the GOP's got a new star
    Michele Bachmann and Sarah Palin, you are now officially the Republican Party's gone girls. The GOP has a new diva: Joni Ernst, the just-elected United State senator from the cornfields of Iowa. An Iraq War vet, Harley rider and gun-toting hog...
  • Cruz, Christie, Walker, other Republicans land in Iowa. But no Romney or Bush

    Cruz, Christie, Walker, other Republicans land in Iowa. But no Romney or Bush
    The 2016 presidential contest descended upon Iowa on Saturday in a marathon bout of political speed-dating that did little to clarify the vast choices likely to face Republican voters over the next year. In 20-minute bursts of staccato flirting, more...
  • Sarah Palin, back in Iowa, and back to hinting at a White House run

    Sarah Palin, back in Iowa, and back to hinting at a White House run
    Sarah Palin is back in Iowa, hinting at a potential run for president. Heard this before? You betcha. Yes, it happened in the run-up to the 2012 election. And now, again, in the run-up to 2016. Palin told thousands of Iowa political activists...
  • Republican war on women must be over

    Break out the Hershey's bars and nylons: The war on women is over! Yes indeed, folks, the hostile aggression against 51 percent of the population by that pseudo-cabal of old men, Supreme Court justices (who are old men,) and women who can no longer...
  • Golden Globes 2015: Julianne Moore wins for actress in a drama film

    Golden Globes 2015: Julianne Moore wins for actress in a drama film
    Julianne Moore has won the Golden Globe for actress in a motion picture drama for her performance in “Still Alice.”   "Oh my goodness, oh my goodness!," said Moore, 54, as she received the award Sunday night during a ceremony at the...
  • In America, we're free to mock people, others pay steep price

    Shortly before going to bed the other night, I Web-surfed and found Internet Gold. Kirby Delauter, a politician from Frederick, Md., was trending big-time on Twitter, for all the wrong reasons. He was demanding that the local reporter who covered the...
  • Have liberals lost the middle class?

    Democrats for over a century were associated with the American middle class. Working-class voters once believed that Democratic-inspired intervention into the economy -- minimum-wage laws, overtime pay, Social Security, Medicare, workers' compensation --...
  • Don't despair on political prospects for 2015 -- yet!

    "As a Democrat, you must be so depressed starting off this new year with Republicans in control of both houses of Congress." With those words, legendary San Francisco talk show host Ronn Owens greeted me when I sat down for an interview this week during...
  • Madonna -- a 'rebel' constrained?

    "AS A matter of fact, the public, the public hates to 'recognize' what is familiar. It hates to be disturbed. It is shocked by surprises. The worst that can happen to a work of art is to have no fault found in it, so that its author is not obliged to take...