Topic: Al Gore
It's time to find a good way to reconsider whether carbon cap and trade would eliminate jobs
05/09/2011 10:10 am
The race in recent weeks became a proxy referendum for how voters feel about Gov. Scott Walker (R) and his anti-union actions. A recount of the Wisconsin Supreme Court election is all but certain.
04/06/2011 06:25 pm
Editorial Board Blog Thirty years after Reagan was shot, Jim and Sarah Brady courageously keep the pressure on for gun control
As Reagan's press secretary, Jim Brady was seriously wounded during the shooting. You have to admire the dedication of the Bradys to keep pushing for reasonable gun control laws. But as the Bradys acknowledge, Washington must find the courage to stand up to the NRA.
04/01/2011 06:10 pm
Flip-flopping is an old charge in the rough-and-tumble world of politics. Mitt Romney has some explaining to do about health care, and Newt Gingrich seems to have back-flipped on Libya.
03/27/2011 05:42 pm
Christopher served as Secretary of State during Bill Clinton's first term and was an architect of the 1995 Bosnian peace accords.
03/19/2011 11:45 am
Protesters filled Wisconsin's state capital for a week, demonstrating against Gov. Scott Walker's plan to cut union bargaining rights. How has the state's political mood shifted from left to right?
02/21/2011 02:01 pm
Keith Olbermann's move from MSNBC to Current TV, co-founded by Al Gore, makes sense for both parties in the short term. It gives the tiny channel a boost and Olbermann a temporary home.
02/09/2011 07:22 pm
Conservatives may be resurgent in Washington, but they have abandoned the arts. Liberal dominance of culture is undermining America's foundational values. When’s the last time Hollywood made a movie that portrayed a corporation in positive terms?
02/09/2011 09:40 am
Words can harm. Words can heal. The best speeches ever delivered asked not for anything but the better angels of our nature.
01/24/2011 01:06 pm
A former White House speechwriter tells what goes into drafting the State of the Union address and how the annual message to Congress has changed since the days of quill pens.
01/24/2011 10:05 am