Cross-posted at Eclectablog.com .
Rachel Maddow weighed in today after the passage of the bill to repeal Don't Ask, Don't Tell. First there was this tweet:
One of the principle ways any person can establish trust is to say what they will do and then do it. There are constituencies who have been hurt in the past or have legitimate reasons to be careful ...
First, I am very happy about the repeal of DADT but sad about the DREAM Act. So long as people are left behind, I can not celebrate this great victory fully. As one who is neither GLBT nor Latino,
So hello, there have been some diaries about race lately on this site. They've provided a lot of interesting discussion, but it's also drawn out a lot of whiney white people who can't believe anyone ...
President Obama may not be as liberal as many of you would like. Rest assured if he was, he would never have been elected President. While I admire the passion and ideals of Howard Dean, Bernie ...
If you are on a panel and you are discussing how terrible the Tax Plan agreement reached between the Whitehouse and Republicans is, shouldn't you at least do your homework and know the basic facts ...
The list is full of "So-and-so NAILS it!" or "So-and-so DESTROYS Obama!" and on and on.
You're falling for it again.
It's a meaningless dance.
"Pelosi says No DEAL!"
President Obama ...
Democrats of all stripes have been so focused on details of policy that they have surrendered public political discourse to conservatives, and with it the key to the nation’s future.
Dear Mr. President, I demand that you lead me! And by that, of course, I mean you should totally ignore your own judgment and pretend you're me, because managing my own life is just too hard - I'd ...
Like so many other progressives, I've been pretty politically-existentially angsty about the recent tax cut deal President Obama struck ...