Republicans were so certain that if they allowed the Koch brothers to buy them control of Congress, no matter how extreme their new allies were, they would show Americans what it means to govern Republican style. Thus far they have failed miserably due to ceding control of the party to Koch-funded extremists who are more than willing to endanger the homeland and the American people to prove they hate President Obama.
A third-hand rumor justifies every lie the Right Wing media tells itself about President Obama
This week Republican lawyers will be busy arguing two important cases before the Supreme Court.
There is a gross misconception among the people and pundits alike that extremism in the Republican Party is limited to one wing of the conservative movement.
Sen. Dianne Feinstein (D-CA) provided a sign that Netanyahu’s speech to Congress has backfired as the normally hawkish senator called out the Israeli Prime Minister’s arrogant statements on CNN.
Gov. Scott Walker demonstrated that he can’t even handle an interview on Fox News Sunday by dodging a question about whether or not he would send U.S. ground troops to combat ISIS.
Speaker Boehner delivered an absurdly delusional appearance on CBS’s Face The Nation where he blamed President Obama for all of his own failures as a leader.
White House sources are suggesting that John Boehner’s strategy of picking a fight with the president over his immigration executive actions has backfired and led to Boehner and Mitch McConnell giving Obama 99% of what he wants.
Pew tells us restrictions on religion were high or very high in 39% of countries and that Muslims are as likely to be persecuted as Christians