Robert Peter George has to be one of the most civilized people laboring around these parts to make sense of the muddle we call modern life. The word "civilized" I use in its, shall we say, civilized sense — as marking ownership of, or attachment to, qualities formerly associated with the good life: judgment, propriety, dignity, reasonableness, not to mention old-fashioned common sense.
New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie said Tuesday he doesn't worry about people who criticize him for appearing publicly with people such as President Clinton or President Obama or being labeled a RINO ("Republican in Name Only").
Six months ago, the nation was horrified that a deranged man entered Sandy Hook Elementary School and killed 20 young children and six educators.
MSNBC host Chris Matthews has once again railed against Sen. Ted Cruz, this time likening him to the notorious Nazi sympathizer, Father Coughlin, Mediaite first reported Wednesday.
It's liberal columnist Jonathan Alter vs. Fox News President Roger Ailes.
A key Democratic senator said Wednesday the collection of phone records and other mass data is "well understood," but there is room to discuss the broader implications of the spying programs.
According to MSNBC, former Alabama Gov. George Wallace, who famously coined the phrase "segregation now, segregation tomorrow, segregation forever," is a Republican.
President Obama still harbors deep reservations about letting young girls buy the morning-after pill without a prescription, even though his administration has decided against fighting a court order that forces it to do just that, his spokesman said Tuesday.
Sen. Bob Menendez suggested on MSNBC Tuesday that Sen. Ted Cruz may have "Obamaphobia."