The new $26 billion jobs bill was necessary, but not admirable. It helps one struggling ground at the expense of an even needier one.
An excerpt from the gubernatorial hopeful's concession speech
The favorite villain of the liberal blogosphere -- and longtime Bill Clinton ally -- is fundraising for Charlie Crist. So what?
Tomorrow is the moment of truth for Scott McInnis, who got tripped up by a plagiarism scandal -- and if you act now, you can own this handsome commemorative pen to mark the occasion
Caring less about whether he finished college and more about what he did there
With President Obama's popularity waning, Bubba is back on the stump. That's good news for candidates who helped Hillary in 2008.
How this ruling demonstrates the GOP's support of legalizing gay marriage
With transparency comes posturing
Big banks and credit card companies oppose Elizabeth Warren to run Washington's new consumer protection agency. That's one reason Obama should pick her.
Lincoln Chafee joins the ranks of New England politicians who shoot themselves in the foot by saying dumb things about the Red Sox
The rivalry is overblown -- Geithner might not pick her if the decision was his to make, but he should be able to shrug off their combative history as the political theater it was
"Inbred Jed" describes representing his undead brethren at this year's installment of the world-renowned pop culture fest
Can it be a coincidence that in the wake of the Andrew Breitbart race scandal, Tom Tancredo -- friend to people of all colors and creeds -- has decided to hijack the Colorado Republican primary?
Special correspondent "Inbred Jed" is on the scene in San Diego covering Comic-Con
Republicans are lining up to challenge President Obama in 2012. Don't forget Jeb, the candidate hiding in plain sight
He's up eight points in the latest Rasmussen poll
The environmentalist's son in a corporate boxing match