The mistakes legislators make tend to fall in one direction, giving U.S. politics a rightward tilt compared to what most voters say they want
It's funny that it took conservatives this long, or rather one conservative, this long to arrive here. But here he is. Strong liberalism is on the rise, Bruce Bartlett announces rather sadly.
Not all liberals are progressive, and not all progressives are liberal. And when we discuss politics, we must recognize and respect our differences.
Mississippi Governor Phil Bryant's comments blaming the nation's education troubles on women joining the workforce are exactly why Republicans must be voted out of office.
Support from religious conservatives is in jeopardy as Republicans are accepting the idea the gay community deserves the same right to marry as heterosexual couples.
conservative Christians, did not limit their threats to President Obama and the Supreme Court, and set their sights squarely on the Republican Party.
What Americans are witnessing today is the culmination of four years of ultra-right wing propaganda inciting fear of change and hatred for other Americans; all Americans.
Neo-con leaders are warning that Republicans have to pressure President Obama to return to George W. Bush's cowboy diplomacy by imposing their will on sovereign nations.
Conservatives have convinced themselves of libearlism's illigitimacy; now they have convinced themselves liberalism will fail
Ever since Democrats passed the Civil Rights Act and championed policies supporting minorities, whites have been defecting from the party.
According to new polling contempt for the GOP is pushing Democrats across the country into the lead, so as Alan Colmes suggests in his new book, let's Thank the Liberals for Saving America.
The conservative mind is focused on a sense of privilege and possession of rights nobody else gets to enjoy, whatever the Constitution says
Hate group president Brian Carmenker says that Elizabeth Warren is a communist because she supports everything conservatives hate
The evidence is all around us, that change is real, that it is part of life, and that it yields good things. Conservatives the world over, not just our own, are still suffering whiplash. The best they can do is use fear to put the breaks on.
The conservative demand for heroes is more intense than ever. There can never be enough dead heroes, Reagan, McCarthy and others, and living heroes seem even more in demand to judge by the quality of those being put forward, like Joe the Plumber, Sarah Palin, and by his own reckoning, Glenn Beck.
The Right and the Tea Party like to think of themselves as freedom fighters in the mold of the Founding Fathers, but a closer look reveals that their revolution is really devolution, because at its core, conservatism is about returning to the past. Upon examination it turns out the Tea Party has more in common with King George, than the Founding Fathers.