The Tea Party can easily survive on blind hatred for responsive government, revulsion of shared responsibility, rampant misinformation and conspiracy theories. How do I know? Because it has for decades.
Surely, at this point, we have given enough blood, lives and treasure to achieve the unachievable. Our soldiers have suffered enough for an unattainable goal.
I am sure that Jonathan Alter's recent column in Newsweek, is as funny to the lobbyists of teacher unions as it is to me. The column is in fact not about Congress, but rather about Rep. David Obey (D-WI).
Lost in some of the controversy surrounding Steele's statements last week at an RNC fundraiser is the rather obvious nature of at least one thing he said, that the war in Afghanistan is "a war of Obama's choosing."
The all-important July 4th holiday has delayed this week's Top 5 Comedy Videos post. But now that that's over, we can get down to business.
As the residue of Steele's remarks starts washing up on beaches nationwide, some top Republicans have suggested hemming Steele in from now until Election Day with miles of sound-absorbent boom.
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Today's Republican Party is not a comfortable place for many classic Republicans. This is why I don't see someone like General David Petraeus easily saddling up to the Republican Party in his post-military, post-Afghanistan Eisenhoweresque rise.
The Kagan hearings, or any Supreme Court hearings for that matter, are part of the war to win over the hearts and minds of America, to determine what kind of country we want this to become.
It is difficult to imagine McCrystal's words don't belong to a jacked up first semester frat boy who has discovered what his new status affords and suffers from the delusion that his 'winning streak' will never end.
In a political era fraught with extreme partisanship and a 24/7 news cycle contributing to the polarization, it was exciting to see an elected official stand up for what he believes in even if it diverged from his party's status quo.
Today's oil spill news is dominated by Obama's Oval Office speech, but the highlight for me was a quiet update by the head of NOAA yesterday.
If Steve King really wanted to resolve the complex issues of migration he would partner with our neighbors to the south instead of referring to them as livestock.
Citizens in South Carolina are disenfranchised by the unrelentingly dirty politics that seem to be as much a part of the state's fabric as textile plants.
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