Newt Gingrich and Rick Santorum are utilizing lies about President Obama in a dangerously divisive manner designed to reach a boiling point.
A special Politicus Radio post Republican debate program focuses on the 2012 Republican presidential candidates, and their love of lying about America, their own records, and President Obama.
Jason Easley, Sarah Jones and George Sirios take on the CNN Republican debate, listen here:
A general review of the debate lies and hateful Obama references of the three remaining viable GOP Presidential candidates.
Ron Paul, Mitt Romney's errand boy, who is in charge of making Rick Santorum look bad to his conservative base says Rick is very liberal.
Inside Job tracks, step by step the foolish and selfish lending, housing & monetary decisions of the Bush administration and watching it will make you never vote Republican again.
With the GOP Presidential primary candidates, this current reproductive rights flap started with Planned Parenthood, took a turn to a woman’s right to choose and now has gone full circle with their unanimous opposition to contraception whether its through the candidates statements or the stand up comedy of their ancient surrogates, one of whom advises women to keep their legs together by pressing an aspirin between their knees. WOW! No doubt about it. It’s the boy’s War On Women.
There are around a million gang members in the U.S. Gang violence costs thousands of lives and billions of dollars, and Republicans seem unmoved.
Rick Santorum has something in common with the base: shared idiocy about an America that never was, and the culture war cred to go with it
Republicans may be dreaming of Reagan, but in 2012 their list of candidates includes a guy who plays with dead babies, an animal abuser, and possibly mentally ill former House Speaker.
Another day, another Republican caucus, another chance for conservatives to pick the candidate who will have the honor of losing to Obama.
There is a disconnect between Christian right voters claim of following the bible and at the same time supporting very immoral candidates.
Even though Rick Santorum will soon come crashing back to earth, it's instructive to look at this darling of the wing-nut vote and has a puncher's chance of being the Republican nominee.
Santorum surges in GOP races. My local newspaper headline pretty much captured the flavor of yesterday’s round of two Republican Presidential caucuses and one non-binding primary.
It was definitely the flaming heterosexual’s day in the sun, though in the future there will be many more of those hotter than normal sunny days in all sections of the U.S. with our escalating warming of the planet. Santorum is, of course, a vehement climate denier. Speaking in tongues that only the evangelical crowd could understand, he told a Colorado audience the day before the vote that global warming was part of a scientific plot to….”even more greatly control your life.” An estimated 10-15% of the scientific community agrees with him. Besides, how else yuh gonna git them thar Tea Party votes?
How time flies as the Republicans gift us with two more caucuses and a non-binding primary. The Missouri primary features presidential candidates from the two major parties and two minor ones. The votes count for the Democrats and the two little guys, but not for the Republicans. The Republican Party decided on a March 7th caucus instead. Colorado and Minnesota get in on the caucus action.
President Obama has been accused of having perverted the word of God and abusing scripture, but the real culprits are those who accuse him
For all the glitz and glamor of Vegas and Reno, the Nevada caucuses were more like a crooner lounge act than a big-time showgirl extravaganza.
The mainstream media's reluctance to talk about religion and politics with regard to America's problems and possible solutions is troubling
This feature assesses the ethics of the two Florida primary frontrunners, Mitt Romney and Newt Gingrich. Both leave much to be desired.
The right's Saul Alinsky phobia comes from a belief that only certain kinds of Americans should have power, and the rest should be passive recipients of whatever the powerful inflict upon them.