The veteran journalist shares his thoughts on the Republican tax bill and class warfare in our "age of unreason."
All is not lost. Change has happened in the past, against severe resistance, three times since the Civil War.
President Obama has decided that he is more likely to win if the election is about big things rather than small ones.
Barack Obama, speaking Friday at George Mason University, struck a confident pose during his last-leg speech about health care reform The president waxed nostalgic about his days on the campaign trail before declaring that the controversy over health care reform is "not only about the cost of health care it's a debate about the character of our country" President Barack Obama, speaking Friday at George Mason University, struck a confident pose during his last-leg speech about health care reform .
John McCain's bid to put his campaign on hold in order to wing his way to Washington last week was intended to make him seem ready for action in a crisis but may have resulted in a "political dead end" for the Arizona senator after Monday's bailout bomb, according to the Associated Press.
The Democrats may hold the power of the purse, but that hasn't stopped presidents in the past from defying Congress. Teddy Roosevelt succeeded in sending his Great White Fleet around the globe to demonstrate American naval power despite objections from the legislative branch.