The Supreme Court justices may disagree with the affirmative action policies challenged in Fisher v. UT Austin, but there is no doubt that they are constitutional and have been effective in making Texas' university system more racially and socioeconomically diverse.
Details are for losers.
Skyler White and other anti-hero wives have been doused in haterade lately instead of getting the sympathy they deserve.
The fault lies not in our candidates, but in ourselves.
Full Metal Jacket—as well as the rest of the director's canon—still fails to impress, even after a quarter-century intermission.
The state announces it will drop plans for online voter registration and online applications for absentee ballots because it's too busy implementing a new voter-ID law.
Maybe, but probably not.
Can progressives stop conservatives from bringing down judges who ruled in favor of same-sex marriage?
Attacking a sitting president as weak is not the best idea, especially when he ordered the attack that killed Osama bin Laden.
Both the Obama and Romney campaigns say the other is trying to destroy Medicare. They can't both be right.
It can be just as negative, if not more, than a campaign about personalities.
As January 1 draws near, expect doomsday predictions about big national-security cuts to ramp up.
Next stop for the voter-ID lawsuit? The state supreme court.
... is a figment of the Republican Party's very active imagination.
After two full days of lying about Medicare and welfare, the Republican nominee criticizes Obama for taking the "low road."