Thanks to Citizens United, Mitt Romney was able to buy a victory in Florida, instead of winning it.
When the Obama bashing starts, the onus is on you to question the agenda of the person with the mike or access to a computer.
Rush Limbaugh will not stand for Juan Williams writing that the Republican Party candidates are using racial code words like “food stamp president” and “entitlement society.” He put Juan in his place by reminding Juan that he would not have a job were it not for the white conservative at Fox News who gave him one (oh, unentitled Juan).
The historic significance of Occupy Wall Street jumps into living history not only because of its timely anti-corporate message but also in many ways because of a simple democratic dare inherent in its operation. Ironically, what really makes the meaning of this simple dare resonate is the way law enforcement, the representatives of “the state,” has responded to it. Occupy has dared to publicly assemble, speak freely and petition against a corporate domination (or “corporate occupation”) of their government.
In a shot across the bow of the Republicans' attempt to deem President Obama ineffective, US industrial companies have increased confidence in the US economy.
Grover Norquist's power over Republicans has gone to his head and his delusions of grandeur will be his undoing; voters will deal the fatal blow.
Rachel Maddow pointed out that Florida Republicans are about to vote for Mitt Romney who is still making off of laying off people in the state.
Wow. Just when you think you’ve seen it all. A Republican strategist is claiming it’s hypocritical of Rick Santorum to not quit the race after he went home to be with his sick daughter. I guess I don’t understand Republicans at all.
The police had promised an eviction of the Occupy DC protesters, but in a surprising turn, they opted for leaving without evicting anyone.
You thought Sarah Palin was a non-entity, didn’t ya’? Guess again, liberal elite suckers! Yes, but this time she's working' for you.
This feature assesses the ethics of the two Florida primary frontrunners, Mitt Romney and Newt Gingrich. Both leave much to be desired.
The right's Saul Alinsky phobia comes from a belief that only certain kinds of Americans should have power, and the rest should be passive recipients of whatever the powerful inflict upon them.
Republicans are projecting their anxiety over the 2012 election by equating President Obama to the Italian Captain who abandoned his ship.
The conventional wisdom is a Romney nomination would give President Obama a run, while a Gingrich candidacy would ensure an Obama victory, but I'm not sold on that. Here's why.
Americans will never get a better look at the depth of depravity Republicans sink to for the oil industry than the actions of Boehner and Daniels on Keystone XL.
With no signs of abating. Republican legislatures are if anything more eager than ever to press their rights-killing agenda for America and Americans
The bible is rife with death and destruction for the non-believer and that is the impetus for the religious right’s assault on women, gays, Democrats, Liberals, and peace-loving Americans.
When I see and hear Rick Santorum on the campaign trail, I can’t get past his rampant homophobia. I try. I try to hear the rest of his mostly nonsensical (as in makes no sense) right-wing political rhetoric, especially since I used to interview the guy when I was a talk show host years ago on WHP in Harrisburg, PA, but I always come back to his hatred of gays.
The pressure may be getting to John Boehner, as the Speaker made a subtle change to his story today that served as an admission that Keystone XL won’t create 100,000 jobs.