David Brooks positions himself as an above-the-fray "moderate," but the reality is otherwise.
Taking a nearsighted view of the political landscape, some have concluded there is little or no difference between Republicans and Democrats.
Cory Booker said he was nauseated by the attacks on private capital. He said Mitt Romney's firm, Bain Capital, "has done a lot of good."
While I am not a great believer in grand conspiracy theories, I have a serious conspiracy theory about what is going on behind the façade of U.S. politics.
The class struggle, rather than stopping during an election, actually intensifies.
Trayvon lives in the remarkable outpouring of sorrow and outrage demanding justice in the case.
Just consider the track record of the Grand Old Party over the last few months:
Senate members, she went on to say, don't appreciate that "there is not only strength in compromise, courage in conciliation and honor in consensus."
If Congress doesn't move and renew jobless benefits by Feb. 29, millions of workers and their families will drown in a sea of worry, debt, foreclosure, homelessness and perhaps even worse.
The Republicans conveniently forget that they started the class war - and they've been winning it for years.