"Here’s the emerging reality: While the GOP can’t win without Evangelicals, it’s increasingly clear that it can’t win with them either."
In an interview with the National Review's Rich Lowry, Jeb Bush confessed to being a fan of Charles Murray's books.
Walker has morphed into a candidate so feckless, that the 2012 version of Mitt Romney looks like a profile in courage by comparison.
But of course, Iraq was not a just war; far from it, it was a criminal enterprise from start to finish
The timing seems like it couldn't be better for this clever ad from Get Covered Illinois, the Land of Lincoln's health insurance marketplace. It targets the under 30-somethings using a healthy dose of realistic fear, mitigated with humor.
On Friday, National Security Adviser Susan Rice hit back at her Republican critics who have tried to make it appear that she said something misleading on Sunday.
Since Maya Angelou she was seen as a hero by minorities, women and liberals, some conservative writers decided to use the opportunity of her passing to take a big, giant crap on her legacy.
It seems that the National Review's Ramesh Ponnuru felt that it had been too long since a conservative had made the idiotic comparison between the Affordable Care Act and the Iraq War.
Republicans exposed themselves as the traitors they are because about 70% of the 86,000 civilians employed at 16 U.S. intelligence agencies have been furloughed.
Conservatives are running wild with the lie that the President is spending July 4th in Paris, France to raise money for his campaign.