Mitt Romney is a few votes short of making his Republican nomination for president official, but thanks to a lack of support from his own party, Romney's teetering train may make a few more stops.
Rick Santorum is fast setting new lows in his disdain for honesty, choosing instead the path of deceit, expressing hatred to sow hatred of our president and of us
Republicans insist we must fear the specter of an world Islamic Caliphate while ignoring the dangers of a Christian theocracy at home
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.
The mainstream media's reluctance to talk about religion and politics with regard to America's problems and possible solutions is troubling
The Republican presidential hopefuls have established cults of personality in line with Max Weber's model of charismatic leadership
While so many Republicans rush toward self-martyrdom, one, Ralph Reed, is headed in the other direction – toward resurrection in 2012
In the latest gaffe by a GOP presidential hopeful, Rick Perry singled out America's ally Turkey, claiming it is led by Islamic terrorists
The South Carolina debate audience cheered child labor, and four other reasons to be glad you didn't watch the Fox News Republican Debate.
Since Republicans seem to love spreading the anti-Romney wealth around (socialists!), it leaves us with an obvious question: Is it Jon Huntsman's turn?
We can laugh at Sean Hannity every time he says cold weather in winter disproves global warming but what does 60 degrees in Minot tell us?
Shame on the American media, for giving no time to recover from last night's GOP debate. Here are five reasons why you would have better off staying in bed than watching the Republican debate.
Mitt Romney thinks America would be stronger if gay people didn't raise kids, and four other reasons to be glad you didn't watch the ABC News New Hampshire GOP debate.
With the Iowa Caucus upon us we can see that the GOP has become trapped by its own extreme narrative, depriving any victor of national appeal
There is no better moment to make predictions than hours before they can be tested. That in mind, what follows is my take on what we can expect to see on the the day of the Iowa Caucuses, and in the immediately following few weeks.
Rick Perry is talking about a Second Mexican War à la Zachary Taylor and the Halls of Montezuma. Maybe he sees himself as another Black Jack Pershing.
The American Revolution ended British rule; the Constitution created the United States of America, and that creation did not all happen at once. It was a process; the United States is the result of political compromise and evolution, not violent overthrow.