Molly Ivins, who died at the end of January from cancer, broke all the rules of polite commentary while gleefully sticking it to the oppressors of the underdogs.
The columnist warns against dancing a jig on the coffin of the Republican Party.
Bush is going to spend the next few weeks boasting about his success with the economy -- i.e. transferring massive amounts of wealth from the poor and middle class to America's super-rich.
I'm sorry to say it, but even with the Iraq war, Katrina, the disgust over Foleygate and Abramoff, the Democrats could still end up the minority party after Nov. 7.
Of course Iraq is like Vietnam. The only meaningful difference is that we haven't yet lost 57,000 American lives.
The way he deals with North Korea's paranoid leader, you'd think President Bush never learned not to antagonize the crazy neighborhood bully.
Today's antiwar crowd can take a lesson from the New Age cowboys who steer their steer by persuasion and suggestion, rather than macho eruptions of testosterone.
Honestly, people, haven't you figured out what this is all about yet? Money. The conservatives are in a snit about "liberal courts" because of money.
If you listen to Dick Cheney, Bin Laden & Co. were staying up late to hear the Lamont-Lieberman election returns from Darien, Conn.
"The administration has put itself in the position of the Boy Who Cried Wolf. If, God forbid, a serious terrorist conspiracy is uncovered, there will be a tendency to dismiss it in a backlash to these over-hyped 'plots.' "