A carefully planned, long term campaign to subvert democracy is the sole intention of GOP governors, ALEC, and their puppet masters Charles and David Koch.
An explanation of where the real influential power centers are inside and outside of state legislatures. Hint: it's all about the money.
Jim DeMint is leaving the Senate to take over the Presidency of the Heritage Foundation. Another extremist will undoubtedly take his place
If you want to get an idea of what Republican revenge for President Obama's victory in 2012 looks like, look no further than Michigan.
Victor Hugo wrote Les Misérables in 1862, addressing themes of social injustice that are still embraced today in the Republican Party
It was generally conceded that Mitt Romney won the first debate. The question is can you trust anything he said? He is not to be trusted.
I paid a recent visit to an Upstate South Carolina Republican Party Headquarters to look at its campaign literature. FreedomWorks dominated.
Deceptively named front groups, posing as grassroots organizations while actually representing corporate interests, are becoming rampant.
Howard Rich is one of a number of extremely wealthy old men who are not only buying congressmen and women, but state legislators was well.
The GOP's so called policy wonk spread lies about Medicare to America's seniors that were taken from Koch Brothers funded television ads.
MoveOn has a new ad out today entitled Pickpocket. To whom might they be referring? R-Money, of course.
Americans for Prosperity are hauling their boy Scott Walker to D.C. to do some public Koch-sucking and World Net Daily will live-stream it
Incumbent Congressional Representative, Trey Gowdy has a healthy lead over his Democratic opponent. He's sending major money to help pals.
As Americans await the Supreme Court's decision on the Affordable Care Act, we should keep in mind a warning from George Washington about the threat of obstructionist minorities.
There are a spate of new bills in the house that were probably written by the oil companies. Everything Exxon wants, Exxon gets
Citizens may think the ultra right tea party has all the power in the U.S. In truth, they have almost none. A few people control America.
Tuesday, June 12, I worked as a Poll Manager for the South Carolina Primary Election. It was an enlightening experience for a deep south dem
This election is not about fiscal responsibility, reducing the deficit, or creating jobs. It is about changing America into a private enterprise, and corporate tyranny that must be stopped.
It is evident, now, that Republicans and their corporate funding machine are raping America and its citizenry in every possible way to express their power, contempt, and dominance over their victims