McCain sells out to Big Oil

by Bill Press -- Elections are about the future, whether for the city council or the White House. In this election for president, one candidate represents the future while the other candidate more…

Are Republicans having buyer's remorse?

by Bill Press -- You almost have to feel sorry for Republicans. As presidential nominee of their party, they could have chosen Rudy Giuliani, or Mitt Romney, or Mike Huckabee. Instead, they more…

A proud day for America

by Bill Press -- "Tonight, we mark the end of one historic journey with the beginning of another. Tonight, I can stand before you and say that I will be the Democratic more…

Showing real support for the troops

by Bill Press -- It's one thing to brag about supporting the troops. It's another to do so. And George Bush and John McCain are braggers. The GI Bill is one of more…

Bring on the winning ticket!

by Bill Press -- With another victory in Oregon, Barack Obama has now won the support of a majority of the Democratic Party's 3,253 pledged delegates and stands within 100 votes of more…

Today's GOP: In need of antidepressants

by Bill Press -- Hillary Clinton scored a huge victory over Barack Obama in West Virginia: enough to keep the Democratic primary contest alive and enough for her to continue to make more…

John Hagee's free ride in the media

by Bill Press -- Imagine this: A preacher endorses a candidate for president. Then we learn the preacher has, for years and from the pulpit, made disgusting, inflammatory and un-American statements. Yet more…

The reverend wears no clothes

by Bill Press -- Hell hath no fury like a pastor scorned, as Barack Obama learned the hard way. A month ago, when video snippets of Jeremiah Wright's more controversial sermons first more…

The dirtiest campaign ever?

by Bill Press -- After Hillary Clinton's surprisingly comfortable win in Pennsylvania, the Democratic primary moves on to North Carolina and Indiana. And so continues the dirtiest and most vitriolic political campaign more…

Make Iraq pay for the war

by Bill Press -- The Iraq war dog-and-pony show's back in town, with the same old tired arguments for staying the course. Gen. David Petraeus and Ambassador Ryan Crocker anesthetized Congress with more…