The attempted assassination of Gabrielle Giffords brought about another finger storm of thunderpoints in the media, each one blaming the other for the rhetoric that seems to be turning our nation into a tinderbox.
The Carr family detests all that is evil, from hacks to kids on their lawn, to politicians who sneeze into your tax dollars, to the liberal establishment, to... kids on their lawn. And the Boston Herald's favorite columnist isn't the only one with an inky thumb.
As Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton battle for votes, the Democratic nomination could be decided at the national convention, so local delegates -- and the caucuses where they're elected -- were buzzing. On Saturday, Massachusetts' 10 congressional districts held an election for each candidate.
Every presidential candidate pledges energy independence and fewer emissions. But this country imports more than 200 billion gallons of oil a year. How will we replace that with nuclear, wind, solar, geothermal and biomass, which together make up only a fraction of our energy portfolio?
We want you to do your patriotic duty and cast an educated vote for the candidate whose artificial behavior and disingenuous actions most suit your own. You know they're all phonies, but which one is your phony?
The good news is that Jon Stewart will have no shortage of material for The Daily Show in the foreseeable future. The bad news is that the good people of South Carolina's 1st Congressional District will hang their heads and deny their origins when they travel beyond the Lowcountry in the foreseeable future.
Pornography is Ron Jeremy and Jenna Jameson. It's Penthouse and Hustler. It's Debbie Does Dallas, 50 Shades of Poorly Written BSDM, and anything written with the intent to turn people on and get them off.
A Greensboro staffing agency executive whose opulent lifestyle once included the adornments of luxurious homes, a yacht and the financing of movies and nightclubs has been reduced to answering charges of tax evasion in federal court with the assistance of a public defender.
The 2004 election map of red and blue states eerily mirrors the pre-Civil War map of “free” and “slave” states and territories. Only now we can refer to the red states, the former slave states, as “anti-gay” states.