Donald Trump violated Twitter’s rules and regulations for years with little to no punishment. But after he used the site to help incite and insurrection on January 1st, he was finally banned from the platform.
When Simone Biles announced that she would be pulling out of some Olympic events, Conservatives predictably went nuts. Piers Morgan, Clay Travis and Charlie Kirk were among the names slamming the 24 year-old gymnastics superstar.
Republicans today have a proclivity for unashamedly comparing anything that inconveniences them to Nazi Germany. The most obvious example of this phenomenon is Marjorie Taylor Greene.
The Georgia congressman likened COVID-19 restrictions to the treatment of German Jews in the 1930’s. When she had the opportunity to walk her comments back, she doubled down. Eventually she visited a Holocaust Museum and apologized for her words.
Will conservatives actually manage to get out ahead? Our edited conversation is below…you be the judge.
There are plenty of Republicans who love Donald Trump and always want him to be a part of their party. Then there are other Republicans who absolutely despise him and have done everything in their power to stop him.
Pundits often talk about how divided the country is right now. The division between political parties has also been a popular talking point for Joe Biden. He regularly referenced his ability to bring the country together while campaigning for the presidency.
Meghan McCain’s role on The View is not exactly a simple one. She is tasked with giving a Conservative take while surrounded by largely Liberal hosts and the audience tends to skew Democratic as well.
One of the country’s most prominent conservative magazines has joined the chorus of criticism after Donald Trump suggested delaying the November elections.
The National Review is perhaps the single most prestigious conservative news outlet, founded by William F. Buckley, an icon of the modern American right.
It is true, Trump is a fascist, but so are Republicans, the Koch brothers, and millions of angry white racist evangelicals and the Tea Party
Supporters of Democratic presidential candidates display larger vocabularies and better grammar than supporters of Republican candidates.
Bruce Bartlett says policies don't matter for the GOP, only attitude. "And Trump has exactly the right 'chip on your shoulder' attitude"
The conservative attacks on Netflix appear to be a typical Chamber of Commerce, ALEC, and Americans for Prosperity attack on American workers
That idea of compassion, or humanity for other human beings has become anathema to Republicans and conservatives over the past six years
In his long speech, Robertson warned that America was becoming sick from STDs and that wherever Jesus is missing, murder follows.
Now they are lining up at the annual Aryan-sponsored conservative conclave to accuse the President of all manner of malfeasance in cleaning up and dealing with George W. Bush's religious crusade in Iraq that engendered the rise of Islamic extremists known as the Islamic State (IS, ISIS, ISIL).
The common demand from the religious right is "show just one instance of Christians killing anyone NOW," not 1,000, 60, 30, or even 12 years ago. It is really an unfair demand, but one that is easily answered without ever looking outside of America's borders.
Continuing GOP civil war, Rep. Richard Nugent of Florida vents Tea Party dissatisfaction with John Boehner's leadership and competence.
The reaction from three Republicans on the Senate Armed Services Committee to the President's announcement that America's longest war was coming to an end was despicable and revealed that, in their minds, there is never a time to end war.
An implicit goal of the War on Poverty was to make the US a true meritocracy, and in this sense, it missed its target.
The First Amendment gives citizens the right to voice their opinion without repercussions, unless that opinion is contrary to Conservative beliefs.