Salivating over the Solyndra scandal? Read the rest of the government-money menu first.
If it's inappropriate to talk policy after a tragedy and unnecessary to do so before one, then when exactly do we talk about the danger of guns?
Barack Obama was taking the world's most obvious shot at Mitt Romney for being successful and when it blew up in his face it became a case of being misquote or words taken out of context.
It has, in the past, burned itself out when a majority of Americans realized that down that road lay a great threat to the stability of the American system.
Aside from the coincidence of a villain named Bane (this one destroys cities, not companies), we'll have to wait until this weekend to see if the Dark Knight fits the bill as a modern day Robin Hood (and whether he'd support a Robin Hood Tax).
I don't want a businessman president. Businesses aren't run like countries. Corporations focus on financial profit. Nations need to trade in social profit as well. CEOs, too often, value short-term gains. I want elected leaders who, too rarely, invest in our long-term well-being.
In reality, polling data shows widespread support for Voter ID laws. Are they all that bad?
This is bigger than Obamacare. It's much more significant than Romney continuing as CEO of Bain after 1999. It has a far greater impact on every American this election year than any other issue the candidates have been discussing or will address in presidential debates this fall.
I suspect ears of some black voters that had always tuned Romney out listened in and heard a different person than they've been told about.
It's hard to outspend people whose excessive fortunes rely on them outspending you.
It’s a terrific plan, except for the fact that it’s a terrible plan.
Weeks like this remind us that we can't tackle everything on our own. Let's call it community. Let's call it looking out for our neighbors. But let's also acknowledge it's what government - at its best - is there to do.
In the week following the Supreme Court's ruling that upheld President Obama's health care plan, Mitt Romney's presidential campaign simultaneously called it a tax, and not a tax.
This incident revealed two things of importance going forward.