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From the War on Women and the Working Poor to the Obamacare rollout - Karoli, Cynematic, Donna and Astacia look back at the top political stories of the year. Weekly political discussion from the progressive POV, hosted by the... more

The Awards season begins with nominations for the Golden Globe Awards. Entertainment writers Anne Louise Bannon and Elise Crane Derby talk about who got the nominations and what it all means, plus what's coming up this week.

If you've been worried about another government shutdown, you might be able to relax. Paul Ryan and Democratic Senator Patty Murray have hammered out a budget deal which tackles some of the harm done by the sequester. Ryan may... more

Thanksgiving weekend marked the end of November sweeps and some network shows have already gone into holiday hiatus mode, with no new episodes until January or later. Can the void be filled with Christmas specials? Elise Crane... more

A million people visited the Obamacare website yesterday. Now that the site is working, all the advertising and publicity campaigns that were put on hold for two months are back in gear -- including the ones planned by Republicans to... more

The assault on women's rights being waged by red state governments throughout the country could not gain traction if the Constitution included the Equal Rights Amendment. This simple act was written in 1923 and passed by both houses of... more

Agents of Zeitgeist Elise Crane Derby, Anne Louise Bannon and Donna Schwartz Mills are Whovians and so they get their geek on with the hubbub surrounding the BBC's worldwide simulcast of "The Day of the Doctor," celebrating the time... more

MOMocrat Karoli reports that the troubled Healthcare.gov website is working fairly well now (70% of the problems have now been fixed). And the Obama administration announced new rules that will allow consumers to bypass the site... more

Back in the days when she worked behind the scenes in television production, Donna Schwartz Mills noticed that it took the writing and performing and producing teams about six episodes to really "gel." Unfortunately, this tended to... more

The 60 Minutes Benghazi report -- and lukewarm retraction -- are indicative of a news operation that has fallen far from its Tiffany network reputation. Weekly political discussion from the progressive POV, hosted by the MOMocrats.... more