Mitt Romney wants Richard Mourdock, who thinks rape pregnancies are a gift from God, changing things in Washington, D.C.
Dick Lugar lost to his Tea Party opponent in Indiana's GOP primary. Is this a victory for Tea Party extremism or is it an opportunity for Hoosier Democrats?
If Lugar is a centrist than the true centrist position is an extreme left position just as Republicans insist and everything the left of that is beyond the pale
The Republican Party has gone to war with the Girl Scouts, accusing them training girls to be radicalized, anti-religious baby-killing feminazis
A new Indiana law would punish schools that stray from lyrical and melodic guidelines for the national anthem, stifling artistic expression.
GOP opposition to big federal government and support of states' rights is a reaction to loss of control and does not extend to their socially conservative agenda
“Don’t bet against America. Don't bet against the American auto industry!” Not something Republicans want to hear. They have been betting against both.
These ideologically-motivated refusals are perhaps not such a bright idea when you stop to think about it. The problem being of course, that not many people stopped to do any thinking leading up to these midterms and Republicans seem to be doing less thinking than most. It all became about rage and ideology. Nobody was thinking in practical terms. So they all decided to have a group foot shoot instead.
The Indiana midterms offer little for liberal and progressive voters. Evan Bayh's retirement opens up an opportunity for an extremist Republican to replace him.