It has been four-hundred and eighteen days since Donald Trump has been sworn into office as President. Since that time, Americans have been treated to what is aptly described as a reality-show presidency with all of the trappings. Each day brings new revelations about Trump’s campaign and its possible and likely involvement with Russia in order to secure the highest office in the land. Each morning Americans are treated to a host of Tweets, now considered part of the Presidential record, sent out to whomever it is Trump is targeting on that particular day.
Democrats, religious and non-religious, believe all have an equal voice but Republicans believe if you're not Christian, you get no voice
It is remarkable to watch conservatives scramble to defend Donald Trump from attacks by “leftists” basing their attacks on Trump’s own words. Historian Victor Davis Hanson writes that the National Review that “The attacks on Trump won’t even wait until he takes office” and that, of course, they are completely unjustified.
It is troubling that Republicans insist on projecting: making their problems a liberal or progressive problem. Like being blamed for Trump when it is beyond question that they built that without any help from us. All Donald Trump did was make even deplorable an already crude message.
"I distinctly remember the first time I saw a picture of my then-seven-year-old [African-American] daughter’s face in a gas chamber..."
On the contrary, we have seen religious laws against abortion, contraception, marriage equality, religious diversity, education, and even global warming
The most bizarre mystery of modern political history is why any American supports Donald Trump: what kind of idiots are those people?
This is an attempt to erase our history, we are told by a conservative on a show hosted by a guy who makes his living re-writing our history
An article comparing Bernie Sanders to Nazis marked a new low for conservative media.
During an appearance on ABC's This Week, National Review writer Rich Lowry tried to assert that "attempted forced kissing" by men on young women didn't count as sexual assault.
Kevin Williamson's article, titled 'Five Reasons Why You're Too Dumb To Vote,' claimed that the first reason someone would be too dumb to vote is if they got their voting advice from Lena Dunham.
Now that their Obamacare kills jobs lie was discredited by the CBO's report and again in testimony to Congress, Republicans in the House of Representatives are seeking another way to call "you people" lazy freeloaders.
Real journalists' assessment of criticism of the reporter on the ground proves that Fox News' hosts do not understand what real journalists do because they are not journalists; they are GOP hacks.
Jonas Goldberg claimed ObamaCare is the policy equivalent of the Iraq war, but worse because the Iraq war didn't affect our lives directly.
Mirroring their counterparts nationwide, conservatives on a post-election political cruise reveal they still don't understand their faults.
The hope for a post racial America has been crushed as racism is front and center in the recent news cycle.
One of the tell tale signs of how a Supreme Court nominee is going to fare is always the initial criticism of the opposition. So far the right wing has hit President Obama’s Supreme Court nominee Elena Kagen with allegations that she a socialist (Glenn Beck), hates the military (Bill Kristol), and is a bad driver (National Review). I didn’t realizing that driving was a constitutional issue.