Take heart my Hispanic and Latino brothers and sisters. You're not the only ones whose presence in the U.S. makes Republican's skin crawl. At least if the parsed bigotry of South Carolina Republican Representative Trey Gowdy and some of his colleagues and constituents is any indication.
The Kochs will have an even greater reason to hate the Internal Revenue Service because due to a devious, and illegal, Koch plot to affect legislation neutering enforcement power of the Environmental Protection Agency, the Internal Revenue Service is beginning an investigation into an illegal Koch tax deduction.
Speaker of the House John Boehner will hold a vote to repeal the "Estate Tax" and give the very richest of the rich another government handout at the expense of the rest of the population.
A PPP poll shows Ted Cruz pulling into contention with Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker and former Florida Governor Jeb Bush.
While Senator Cruz's fiery talk may have won over hardcore conservatives, he just struck a match to his 2016 presidential aspirations.
Under attack and exposed, the Kochs have gone on the offensive, with their minions singing paeans of praise for our "benevolent" overlords
Early in the week Friday Fox Follies crafted a touching remembrance after Mike Huckabee Quits Fox News to Explore 2016 Run. However, BREAKING NEWS put the kibosh on that.
There has been an ongoing Republican crusade to eradicate any legislative accomplish this President supported since the Koch brothers took control of the House after the 2010 midterms.
Whatever the reason, the so-called compromise appropriations bill is an affront to the American people, and revealed that many Democrats are what Howard Dean labeled "Republican-lite."
To accomplish their goal of controlling the government, the Koch brothers have had to climb in bed with fundamentalist Christians intent on using the government to control and subvert women's rights.
It is no great shock, then, that the religious right, staunch supporters of corrupt Republicans, are blatantly violating the law right up till Election Day and daring anyone to stop them because they know no-one will.
A series of episodes of egregious dishonesty this past week have clearly demonstrated Ted Cruz's unsuitability for public office
There are very few nonpartisan, unbiased institutions left to us. But we always have the Congressional Budget Office. Or do we?
The organizers behind Pulpit Freedom Sunday do not even contend they are prohibited from preaching religion, they complain they cannot preach Republican politics and are seeking redress through the courts to use taxpayer dollars to campaign for Republicans.
There is little money for the agencies tasked with helping stop the virus due to the Republicans' precious sequester the GOP House cannot possibly blame on anyone but their sick austerity economics.
McConnell asserted that belief in, and support for, the government is "an act of true radicalism," something that makes the Founding Fathers and the great majority of Americans "true radicals."
Ever since the Hobby Lobby decision there have been two words playing in my head but it had taken a week before I heard anyone else say them aloud. Corporate veil.
On Wednesday, Chairman of the House Oversight Committee, Rep. Darrell Issa (R-CA), released a letter to the press that he had sent to the White House earlier in the day. The letter demanded that Obama start deporting DREAMers.
Republicans have been attacking the IRS Commissioner, accusing him of lying to the American people over lost Nicole Flax emails but it turns out that there is no evidence the emails were lost.
Every time I hear a pundit or a pollster discuss the certainty that Republicans will hold the House or the high probability they will gain control of the Senate I suspect I am having an out-of-body experience.