By any conceivable standard, this has been a grueling month. The term War on Terror was given new significance as it became clear that enemy combatants do not exclusively hatch their plots over there.
The George W. Bush presidential library takes the laziest path imaginable towards the rewriting history of Bush's disastrous eight years in office.
Santorum predicts the collapse of the GOP if it does repent of its recent moves toward the social center, most notably on gay marriage. No one cares.
There are many ways in which Roger Ebert's philosophies serve as a blueprint for course correction that the hopelessly adrift GOP so badly requires.
It has been ten years since the invasion of Iraq , and conservatives are still trying to spin the war to the American people.
The supposedly liberal-leaning Grey Lady has bestowed the gift of cover for House charlatans who would like you to forget they continue to serve the same warmed over plate.
What is really behind the Republican party's incremental about face on the subject of same-sex marriage? It's all about the money.
Why is it continually viable to discuss making the economy work for business, without any concern for the people who are responsible for the flush state of a company's bottom line?
Former Romney top strategist, Stuart Stevens has joined a growing chorus of GOP leaders who seem to be waking up the simple unpopularity of the party platform.
A Republican candidate of any color may still have to adopt the 2012 losing strategy in Mitt Romney.
Republicans don't want you to know this, but Obamacare is working. The cost of healthcare is slowing, and Obamacare is reducing the deficit.
While Paul's flippant tweet is certainly insensitive to the victim's grieving family at best, the former congressman does make a couple of spot-on observations.
Internal criticism is running wild as sane Republicans try to take back control of their party from the crazies who hijacked it after the 2008 election.
It can't escape our collective liberal notice that by any standards this was a very bad week for the Republican Party and its stubbornly quaint platform.
While William Paul has never run for public office, the apple doesn't fall too far from the tree, does it?
At the inception of President Obama's second term, with looming fights in front of us over a host of issues, it is time for members of the media to surrender their own manufactured centrism.
After they failed in 2012, Republicans turn their attention towards destroying the middle class in 2013.
It seems as if the deficit is being used as a bargaining ploy by the Republicans. This ploy is being used against a president who is being distracted by the growing crisis of mass public executions.
The Republican Party is very close to relegating itself to the political backwoods in perpetuity. Did they not get the message on Election Day that Americans want solutions?
It's the little things during the holiday season that bring such simple joy. Like seeing Mitt Romney's campaign merchandise littering up bargain bins across America.