Along a dusty highway, 18 miles or so outside of Caracas, Venezuela, you’ll see the gates of La Villa del Cine. It’s not a prison. It’s not a strip mall. It’s a movie studio that looks, well, like a prison or a strip mall. But La Villa isn’t just any movie studio, it’s the movie […]
Pennsylvania representative explains why he opted into the U.S. Senate race and gives his take on benchmarks for the Iraq war and how the BP oil spill affects financial regulation.
A former Arizona state senator calls it “the second coming of the civil rights movement.” Arizona’s Pima County Sheriff calls it a “travesty.” And New Mexico’s governor calls it an “unconstitutional human rights-violating law.” They are referring to Arizona’s SB 1070 — a controversial new law that makes the failure to carry immigration documents illegal […]
Former Arizona state senator outlines the rationale for the upcoming march protesting his state’s new law targeting illegal immigrants.
A Presidency in Peril author explains why the Tea Party has captured the political narrative.
Journalist assesses the immigration debate in an election year and offers his thoughts on protecting the Meet the Press brand.
The Washington Post‘s political blogger breaks down the results of the week’s primary elections.
Pima County, Arizona sheriff talks about border security and his state’s controversial new law targeting illegal immigrants.
Indiana senator weighs in on Solicitor General Kagan’s nomination to the Supreme Court and discusses Afghanistan President Karzai’s visit to the U.S. this week.
Journalist, and one of the contributors to the book Landmark, explains some of the behind-the-scenes wrangling that resulted in the passage of healthcare legislation.