With Republicans inciting more anti-Muslim sentiment, there will be more incidents of racial and religious profiling that Republicans never extended to white Christians guilty of terrorist attacks.
With Republican support, the NRA successfully created an environment that made access to firearms easier for the alleged bombers.
House Republicans praised Exxon and expect Americans to give them a "pat on the back" for saddling taxpayers with the cost of cleaning up their tar spill.
Support from religious conservatives is in jeopardy as Republicans are accepting the idea the gay community deserves the same right to marry as heterosexual couples.
Today was a shameful day for America because 8% of the population, Ted Nugent and Wayne La Pierre, ALEC, and gun-crazed Republicans thumbed their noses at the great majority of Americans.
John Boehner's conservative caucus is ready to obstruct immigration reform and gun safety legislation because it is contrary to their ideology.
It is not too early to note the significance of the date and location that make speculating the bombings were a domestic terror attack as reasonable assumption as not.
By all accounts, Sen. Mitch McConnell has violated Senate ethics standards and committed at least one federal crime; possibly two.
Republican attacks on women are purely ideological because despite women as an electoral force, the GOP made it clear that their assaults will be unrelenting.
House Republicans have taken another step to relieve President Obama of his constitutional responsibility to approve a permit authorizing construction of Canada's Keystone XL pipeline.
Republicans are actively pursuing policies that target and punish the poor, or purposely keep them downtrodden as a punitive measure for being poor, and it characterizes the GOP across the nation.
The President's budget proposals contain a great deal of Democrats' long-cherished wishes and few are paying any attention.
Ted Nugent's opposition is not necessarily about guns, the Second Amendment, or government oppression, but about an African American sitting in the Oval Office.
The House Democrats plan is founded on creating jobs and a thriving middle class that will never see the light of day because creating anything positive is anathema to destructive Republicans.
There are those who say the mood of the nation toward gays and women's rights are changing for the better, yet the far right is forging ahead to restrict their rights.
The professional left is really not different than the right in that they forget their past missteps and repeat them despite evidence they are on a path to hand Republicans precisely what they want.
With ALEC supplying Republicans Koch legislation to end renewable energy standards, Americans will lose jobs, clean air, inexpensive electricity, and increased business investments.
The rich are granted immunity from prosecution for robbing billions of dollars from millions of Americans and the poor are thrown in prison for missing a payment.
Republicans will have plenty to celebrate as more Americans lose their jobs, people drop out of the workforce thanks to their sequester.
The theme of Liz Cheney's fantasy screed was that Republicans had to start fighting back against President Obama or else freedom will be a distant memory.