Conservatives are apparently outraged that Stacey Abrams burned “the old *Georgia* flag, which had been designed specifically by white supremacists as a show of defiance to desegregation in 1956.” That is to say, the Confederate “battle flag,” the “banner for Dixiecrats and white supremacists.”
If intolerant white males have the right to respond violently solely on account of your appearance, you don’t really have any rights at all.
“I have a message for all of you: the crime and violence that today afflicts our nation will soon come to an end. Beginning on January 20th 2017, safety will be restored”
Paul Krugman noted that since Barack Obama was sworn in as President, Republicans and conservatives have done nothing but “warn about imminent catastrophe.”
The two men got worked up over armed EPA agents, ignoring of course the threat of armed anti-government conservatives like Cliven Bundy
Erick Erickson took to his blog to complain that it “was all a political spectacle” and “carnival road show of back bench congresscritters”
Red State’s Erick Erickson thinks its a given there will be a civil war over marriage equality; he just doesn’t have any goods reason for it
If the conservative media and the GOP establishment take down Trump, he may decide to deliver payback by running a spoiler campaign.
Walker has morphed into a candidate so feckless, that the 2012 version of Mitt Romney looks like a profile in courage by comparison.
“Equal rights for ALL Americans! The cultural cleansing of our nation must stop!” Except for gays and anyone else you decide is the Other
In a column on his website RedState Tuesday, Fox News contributor Erick Erickson told Republicans in Congress that they should shut down the federal government in order to defund Obamacare and block any action on immigration.
Male conservative members of the media, as well as Republican men in office, decided to act like a bunch of adolescent jerks after SCOTUS made the announcement and released the decision.
In a recent op-ed, Rupert Murdoch made a case for comprehensive immigration reform. However, due to is own Fox News network, that possibility does not seem likely.
Republican Attorney General Greg Abbott is keeping it classy in Texas, where he refused to denounce the “Abortion Barbie” campaign posters that greeted Democratic state Senator Wendy Davis in California Thursday.
RedState.com founder and Fox News contributor Erick Erickson took to Twitter on Tuesday to dispute Texas gubernatorial candidate Wendy Davis’ fundraising totals for the last-half of 2013. Once again, as he has done repeatedly since this past summer when Davis gained national prominence due to her filibuster on the Texas Senate floor over reproductive…
This is the eighteenth edition of a research project at PoliticusUSA known as Taking Back the House. The purpose of this project is to analyze each Republican Congressional district in the United States and see how likely the district can go ‘Blue.’
The current Republican government shutdown is what teabaggers came to Washington to do; “break the government of the United States.”
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.
Don’t tell me that some little part of you would not just like to say to Texas, or to another Southern state of your choice, ‘Fine. Go. We admit it. 1861 was a mistake and we are undoing it now.’
CNN is ignoring the petition to fire Erick Erickson over his tweet calling the women speaking at the DNC the ‘Vagina Monologues’.
On the day Rush Limbaugh called Democratic women FemiNazis again, Mitt Romney is ordering Obama to get Democrats to ‘cease and desist’ Nazi references.
The rebranding of the GOP and Mitt Romney took a hit last night, when RNC attendees threw nuts at a CNN African American camerawoman and said ‘This is how we feed animals!’
CNN’s Erick Erickson made a fool of himself today with psychological and political projection, attacking the President for weighing in on the Augusta female discrimination issue.
CNN’s resident tea party hate monger, Erick Erickson repeated Rick Santorum’s false accusation that the President is pro-infanticide.
Today, CNN contributor Eric Erickson of Red State wrote that the President of the United States “perverted the word of God.”