Political Commentary

WASHINGTON ― Here’s a depressing question: Can someone be kicked out of politics? Sure, someone can fail in politics, but
Editor’s note: Taking a cue from Slate, this article describes an American news story — the virtually unprecedented prosecution
Chancellor Angela Merkel's Christian Democratic Union has come out on top in Germany's national election on Sunday, according
Mark Zuckerberg has addressed his private online nation of 2 billion users.
Barry Lynn and his team of anti-monopoly researchers were fired by a think tank after criticising the search giant.
July 30 ― Maduro Holds Constituent Assembly Election Venezuela’s ruling government holds an opposition-boycotted vote for
Hillary Clinton is even less popular now than when she was running for president. Just 39 percent of Americans view Clinton
Cosby should expect a massive outcry if he goes through with this.
Democrats must choose between being the party of the Good Aristocrats and the party that fights Authoritarians.
A National Security Council staffer revealed his "America first" worldview in a March 2016 essay, written under a pseudonym.