Romney's comments revealed his true feelings about Americans who are struggling, but he articulated in stark terms the entire Republican Party's contempt for the American people.
Don't tell Paul Ryan, but many of his positions go against everything that Ayn Rand stood for.
Ross Douthat removes the details from the picture so he can clarify it, getting rid of all those pesky, distracting facts
In the campaign for the White House, Americans are being asked to define America as either a community, or a nation of self-interested individuals with no allegiance to anything except money and power.
Mitt Romney handed yet another gift to Democrats by choosing Randian Paul Ryan, who is just here to follow Koch orders, not to do the decent thing.
The right is heralding Paul Ryan as a policy wonk, but a closer look at his ideas and where they come from reveals that he is anything but.
On the heels of Romney failing to consummate his relationship with conservatives properly, they are calling on their fellow Republicans to vote third party for Jesus.
All Americans must acknowledge that Republicans believes that the masses exist to enrich the wealthy and that the GOP as an institution are engaging in a new civil war, the makers versus the takers.
Lynn Parramore turns the BDSM novel Fifty Shades of Grey into a metaphor for capitalism without having read it, creating a straw man to bash
Coming from what many would consider a "far Left" ideological foundation, my assertion is that this antagonism between the so-called "left" and "right" has been merely a smokescreen to divide us even further while the wealthy interests who actually dictate legislation---buying and manipulating politicians from both parties---continue to plunder our resources and bring our economy to the brink of collapse while we do nothing other than yell and scream at the other side.