Rush Limbaugh, in discussing "the black frame of mind," is using Tiger Woods as an Obama surrogate, using Tiger as a way to say that these men cannot be trusted.
As you most likely have heard, the RNC is proposing a Ronald Reagan Republican purity test. And if a Republican politician were to fail that test, th...
American voters will reward the party that optimistically puts forth a concrete plan to return prosperity. And while the jury on the new administration is still out, the case against the GOP has long been closed.
When people dismiss Sarah Palin out of hand, I keep thinking one thing -- remember the last politician we scoffed at as not even close to being competent enough for the White House?
Republicans have a well-oiled propaganda machine to facilitate the fantasy of strength and popularity. The message is always the same -- whether the GOP wins or loses, it always wins.
Using the RNC's logic, every person who has donated money since 1991 has also funded abortions, because a portion went towards the employer's portion of each employee's health care premium.
Over the last few months, a number of prominent political columnists have pointed to historian and social critic Richard Hofstadter to explain what is happening to the Republican Party. Here's why they shouldn't.
Limbaugh, Beck and Palin tap the energy and emotions of the masses and flame their biases and bigotry. The web and the media have changed the rules. The grassroots are connected like never before.
If Sean Hannity truly wants to be the "great American" he claims to be, he can start by being truthful to his listeners and by not rooting for his supposedly beloved America to fail under the current leadership.
When extremists are a (vocal) minority, reasonable Republicans and independents come out of the woodwork. And the spoils go to the Democrats, who look comparatively sane.
The days of women's organizations being an appendage of the DNC must end immediately. Women have been taken for granted and speaking to one political party has led to defeat after defeat for causes important to women.
The real picture is anything but rosy for the GOP. The truly big race, in upstate New York, handed them a humiliating defeat in a solidly red district, where a Democrat hasn't won the House seat in over 100 years.
What you won't hear the spinners crowing about is the shocking punch to the gut the GOP took in upstate New York's 23rd Congressional District, where a Democrat won for the first time in over 100 years.
And the main reason is because hatred/fear of gays is running neck-and-neck with hatred/fear of government for the most defining, unifying characteristic of the "modern" republican party.
One of the key components of Republican opposition to reform involves claiming there are fewer uninsured Americans than people think. So it isn't 40 million, it's more like 12 to 15 million -- as if this makes reform unnecessary.
RNC Chairman Michael Steele promised to "take this party to the streets" and God damn it, he wasn't messin' around!