The Attack that Will Stick to Romney

The former Massachusetts governor can walk away from everything but the fact that he's a plutocrat.

Now Is the Law of Their Discontent

The biggest arguments against the Affordable Care Act exist far more in the political realm than the legal. 

Precedents for the Unprecedented

The Comprehensive Baseball Bat Act that never quite materialized sheds light on the health-care case.

Etched In Stone, Before Long

Why the Etch A Sketch is spreading.

This Station is Non-Operational

Links for your evening.

Making The Most of $36 Million

Harold Simmons pledges to give Republican super PACs all the money they could want, but where it is spent is all that matters.

Independents Are Still a Myth

A new paper from Third Way disputes the idea that independent voters are a myth. They still are.

Dems Want Obama to Hurry Up His Evolution

Elizabeth Warren calls on Obama to support marriage equality.

Spin Without Limits

Obama's successes are proof of how awesome George W. Bush was, I guess.

"That's Specious Reasoning, Representative"

Arbitrarily classifying a number of murders as not-crimes is a good way to reduce reported violent crime rates, but it doesn't actually reduce violence.

GOP Senator Defends Planned Parenthood

Kay Bailey Hutchison takes on Rick Perry's decision to defund the women's health program.

A House Race To Keep an Eye On

Fox News favorite Steve King faces a tough re-election.

A Strategy that Won't Work

Voters aren't going to pay much attention to Mitt Romney's attempts to credit George W. Bush for the recovery.

Time for Lessons on “Living While Black”

I hate this idea, but it might be time to start.

The Worst is Over?

Today's Balance Sheet: Is Europe finally on the way up?