A candidate who stumbles in the field of lesser candidates will have the dubious distinction of losing on a stage full of losers.
No sane human being would think to regard something normal as awful, except when a common occurrence founded on a group's twisted values and behaviors is exposed for all the world to see; then it is prudent to label "normal" as awful.
Americans should take time today to reflect on just how far the nation has drifted from the Founders' "we the people" sentiment.
A little over two years ago, after Democrat Barack Obama soundly defeated Republican Mitt Romney in the 2012 presidential election, Louisiana Governor Bobby Jindal admonished fellow Republicans to “stop being the stupid party”. Jindal’s comments were not only directed at Mitt Romney’s politically tone deaf presidential campaign, but also at insensitive GOP Senate candidates like Todd Akin (MO) and Richard Mourdock (IN) who suffered humiliating defeats in red state races after making inexplicable and unconscionable comments about rape.
Gov. Bobby Jindal has wrecked the state of Louisiana and now he wants to take the carnage national. Jindal announced on Twitter that he is running for president.
Gov. Bobby Jindal is going to be running for President, but his approval rating has sunk so low that President Obama is more popular than the Republican in deep red Louisiana.
A bunch of Republican real and presumed presidential primary candidates descended on Greenville, South Carolina, Saturday. The event was the "South Carolina Freedom Summit."
Despite the state's economic woes, Governor Jindal has made no plans to cut millions of dollars in subsidies to the Duck Dynasty TV show.
Although there has been progress throughout America's history, the idea of equality for every citizen has never completely caught on. Still, equal rights is purported to be one of America's defining characteristics and it appeared to be what the Founding Fathers eventually hoped would be the case.
Governors Walker, Christie, and Jindal have demonstrated that they are job killers, not job creators.
Louisiana Republican Governor Bobby Jindal penned a defiant op-ed in The New York Times, defending his opposition to gay marriage.
Yes, actually exercising your First Amendment right to have your own beliefs is a "huge concern" with "spiritual ramifications" in Iowa
Crass ignorance is enshrined in the Iowa Calendar as Family Leader invites GOP presidential hopefuls to spew to the delight of the base
Louisiana GOP Governor Bobby Jindal announced that he intends to sign the "Louisiana Marriage and Conscience Act" into law.
Megyn Kelly dared question Bobby Jindal on his Islamophobia, and was promptly accused by Bryan Fischer of being blinded by Satan
Republicans are supporting using Article V of the Constitution not to propose amendments to the Constitution, but to destroy the government
Scott Walker's budget epitomizes the Koch-Republican "vision for America" and not at all unique among states ruled by Koch-governors with Republican legislatures. In Wisconsin, because Walker has driven the state's deficit over the $2 billion mark with tax cuts for corporations and the wealthy, he intends on slashing yet another $300 million from the University of Wisconsin system over two years, and for fun will make seriously Draconian cuts to health care and food stamps.
The truth, and true purpose of the letter, has really never been in question; specifically because the filthy little neo-con who originated it has broadcast the purpose for the world to hear for months.
It turns abouta whole slew of Republicans looking at the White House in 2016 has used private emails for government business
We are already well on our way to becoming a 13th century-ish, Islamic State-like apparatus of repression