“I think he’s very genuinely kissed goodbye to that old self and I don’t think he’s ever going back,” said U of M political scientist Larry Jacobs.
The fact is, we need more Keith Ellisons in Congress, because he’s a patriotic American who’s also a Muslim.
As reports of a “grand bargain” emerge, Rep. Keith Ellison and the Progressive Caucus say they won’t budge on their opposition to cuts in Medicare, Medicaid and Social Security.
This gave Salon an excuse to call up the highly principled hunk to talk about his own homophobic past and what it’s like as a straight man to become a gay sex symbol.
Tim Pawlenty ditches Romney’s campaign — sending poli-Tweeters into overdrive. But the real story is his new job.
A new survey provided to Salon shows the Minnesota congresswoman’s lead down to just 2 points.
Newly released letters from the Minnesota senator are the harshest rebuke any Bush official has faced for torture.
I was the Hüsker Dü’s biggest fan, and even I’m not sure whom these two rock histories were written for.
Visitors who have done nothing wrong are winding up identified in counterterrorism reports.
The good news about the carnage on Wall Street is that we pretty much know what’s causing it. The bad news is that we may be powerless to stop it.
Salon’s Steve Kornacki asks Walter Mondale about the political parallels between ’82 and ’10, the ways in which the ’82 recession was different, and what it was like to run against President Ronald Reagan at the peak of his popularity.
What message is Pawlenty bringing to Iowa? He is your candidate — if there is some reason you cannot bring yourself to support Romney, or Huckabee, or Palin.
Nearly 50 years after its founding, it has only recently occurred to Best Buy that maybe talking to women and girls will help them understand why females aren’t coming through their doors.