D.R. Tucker


A Super Decision by the DNC?

Perhaps you can call it a political revolution. Democratic Party officials voted Saturday to strip superdelegates of much of their power in the presidential nominating process, infuriating many traditionalists while handing a victory to the party’s left flank. The measure’s overwhelming approval – met by cheers in a hotel ballroom here – concluded a tense… Read more »

Paris is Burning: CNN Deserves Flak for Hiring Pro-Trump Hack

Forrest Gump was right: Stupid is as stupid does. CNN said Wednesday evening that Paris Dennard has been suspended from his commentary role, pending an examination of the allegations against him in a Wednesday Washington Post story. The Post reported that Dennard was fired from a job at Arizona State University “for making sexually explicit… Read more »

Geek Squad: The GOP Sends Its Weakest Against Warren

Look, I know Republicans have never been big on cleverness or wit, but certainly they could do better than this…word that rhymes with wit. Get a load of this hopelessly lame, hideously corny ad now contaminating television screens in Massachusetts, paid for by one of the junior-varsity GOPers running to win the September 4 Republican… Read more »

The Ecstasy and the Agony

What did Dickens say about the best of times and the worst of times, the age of wisdom and the age of foolishness? Next week marks the tenth anniversary of two back-to-back events that still define our politics–and will continue to define our politics for generations to come. The first such event occurred on August… Read more »

O-MG: A New Low for NBC

Omarosa Manigault-Newman once said Trump’s critics would have to bow down to him one day. Shame on NBC for bowing down to her today.