Lou Dobbs on 'the Daily Show' calls for a return to progressive values: "Why don't we take on the concept that's held the country in pretty good stead for 200 years and return to a national vision of shared burdens, shared responsibilities and shared sacrifice."
During an interview with Vali Nasr on Tuesday, "The Daily Show" host grew frustrated with the increasing violence in the Middle East and offered his own plan for peace in the region.
Chris Matthews said at the conclusion of his Sunday morning talk show: "Our brave soldiers have fought, died and been dismembered in Iraq only to connect the disparate pieces of Shia radicalism into a Frankenstein monster that has come to life right there on our TV screens."
Linguists beware; Stephen Colbert has invented a new word: "democrazy." As the host explains, ?there was a time when I thought the key to Middle East peace was representative government, but then democracy gives us a prime minister who sides with Hezbollah, an Iranian president who wants to go nuclear, and a Palestinian government controlled by Hamas. So, now, I?m thinking maybe we did the wrong thing.?
The American middle class is in a free fall. But if Congress and the White House were to acknowledge the problem, then they might have to do something about it.
Reservists called for duty will most likely be sent to Gaza in order to free soldiers in compulsory service for deployment in Lebanon. This is definitely not a good sign of things to come. Hezbollah continued to fire Katyusha rockets while Israel rained down missiles on cities in southern Lebanon.
The former Middle East bureau chief for The New York Times and author of the bestseller "War Is a Force That Gives Us Meaning" argues in this Truthdig column that the bloodshed now engulfing Lebanon and Israel will only worsen as long as extremists on both sides continue to indulge in "collective necrophilia."