Whenever our Republican representatives show up on the cable channels, they look like a 1950s high school principal who just caught you cheating. Pinched, stern, and scolding. Definitely not cute.
Bobby Jindal is playing politics, branding himself and his party in an effort to return to power, all at the expense of the people of his state.
Today, the Neo-Confederacy obstructs the federal government's attempt to alleviate some of the suffering of the descendants of those slaves even while the nation endures its worst economic disaster in 70 years.
If these Republican Governors carry through on their grandstanding, voters in their states should launch a recall effort.
Now that the debate is settled, can we get serious? Could we please have a national conversation with substance?
Eight years after the country watched Republicans use every procedural trick possible to stack the deck in their favor during the Florida recount, Republicans in Mississippi are doing the same thing.
Part VII of the Permanent Republican Majority Series by Larisa Alexandrovna and Muriel Kane Almost immediately after his appointment as US Attorney...
The question in deciding whom to pick for your VP running mate basically boils down to two things: geographic benefit and filling a void. McCain's weakness is his lack of support from conservatives.
Is the thought of a black man with his "finger on the button" just too much for the Republicans to bear? Congressman Geoff Davis just exposed the tip of the iceberg.
Raymond's experience inside the bowels of the RNC and his expertise in smear tactics, racist push polls and robo-calls, voter suppression, and other Republican mainstays give him a useful perspective.