Plaudits have been showered on Apple’s CEO after he publicly came out. But commentators are gliding over the bracing corollary in his declaration: the gay and powerful should use their power to effect change.
Continue reading Tim Cook: Why ‘I’m Gay’ Isn’t Enough
Apple chief executive Tim Cook has publicly acknowledged his sexuality.
Continue reading Apple chief: ‘I’m proud to be gay’
From immigration to gun control and the minimum wage, Connecticut’s Dan Malloy signed into law a wish list of lefty priorities. But he’s locked in a tie with his Republican challenger.
Continue reading Why Isn’t Liberals’ Dream Gov Winning?
The NHS in Scotland is finding it “increasingly difficult to cope”, according to the public spending watchdog.
Continue reading NHS finding it ‘difficult to cope’
The Iowa Republican is has a big lead over his Democratic challenger, but he’s more concerned about his party winning the Senate—and forcing Obama to veto conservative legislation.
Continue reading King: We Should Keep Repealing Obamacare
The Arkansas Republican who may be the state’s next senator once wanted to send James Risen up the river. But now that Risen is a target of Obama’s DOJ, Cotton has gone mum.
Continue reading Does Cotton Still Want to Jail Journos?
Forget about the battle for control of the Senate and ugly congressional fights—the real story this cycle is a handful of moderate Republican governors cruising to reelection.
Continue reading The Secret GOP Swing State Election Romp
A member of the public who caused a security alert when he ran into David Cameron has played down the incident, saying he only “brushed into someone”.
Continue reading VIDEO: Jogger ‘brushes off’ PM incident
The state’s ruinous foray into Tea Party economics has turned off huge swaths of Republican voters. So why are its candidates going even further to the right?
Continue reading Will the GOP Get the Message in Kansas?
Once one of the nation’s best cultural critics, West has ditched his intellectual chops and embraced the role of public personality recycling the same sound bites.
Continue reading Cornel West’s Disappointing Decline
Republican Senate candidate David Perdue should be winning big in Georgia. So why does Democrat Michelle Nunn look like she might have him on the ropes?
Continue reading The GOP’s Really Big Problem in Georgia
The Oscar winning actress has been torn to shreds by the media and public for her altered face. But she’s just a byproduct of the outrageous beauty standards placed on women.
Continue reading Renee Zellweger’s OK. We Need Some Work.
Ohio governor and smart money 2016 GOP hopeful just complimented Obamacare, and said a repeal isn’t happening. Can the Republican base ever get over this moment of honesty?
Continue reading John Kasich’s Unforgivable Truth
In a new video, the Kentucky Republican brags about lowering the boom on sexual harasser Bob Packwood. The whole story is pretty different.
Continue reading And Now Mitch McConnell Is ‘Pro-Woman’!
Older voters are the electorate’s fast growing demographic – and a major reason Republicans can win big in 2016.
Continue reading How Older Voters Will Decide Your Future
There’s one man, some Republicans say, who kept the public from learning about the chemical shells littered around the Iraqi battlefield. He went by the nickname “Turd Blossom.”
Continue reading Karl Rove Covered Up Iraq’s Real WMD
The Texas firebrand made a name for himself by going after more moderate Republicans. Now he’s stumping for candidates he used to attack—just in time for 2016.
Continue reading Ted Cruz Quits Screwing With the GOP
The Kentucky Republican who will likely be our next Senate majority leader has an astounding ability to lie, dissemble, and misrepresent himself to voters.
Continue reading The Amazingly Two-Faced Mitch McConnell