The problem with Fox is not that it's conservative—it’s that it’s full of falsehoods.
A man like Murdoch deserves to be shunned. That he is celebrated instead tells you almost all you need to know about the insanity that grips our benighted political culture.
In Beck's twisted telling, it is activists like Piven—not the militias of the right—who threaten Americans' safety.
The revolution is far from over.
The shootings underscore that a strong social compact is the only real route to safety.
As American life becomes more and more like reality television, could product placement of a candidate become the surest route to the presidency?
Unchecked by campaign finance regulation, unchallenged by a journalism sufficient to expose abuses, a nearly unbeatable force opposed progressives in 2010.
We have increasingly substituted opinion and prejudice for science and reason.
By this past weekend, says Greg Mitchell, the media's focus had shifted from the elections to Keith Olbermann's suspension for donating money to Democratic candidates. Not a peep, of course, about the amount that MSNBC's parent company, GE, had given throughout the campaign season.
Why don't voters know more about Obama's accomplishments?