Glen Beck warned Chile that government rescuing the miners promoted social justice, the evil worm that has eaten at the fabric of American society since the days of Teddy Roosevelt.
The Brothers Koch spend millions on elections -- hope to silence their enemies quite peacefully -- but don't discount how violence, once in the air, may whelp somewhere.
I recently spent 10 days in Nevada trying to get an on camera interview with Sharron Angle.
Focusing on the effect the Tea Party will have on the Republican Party on Nov. 2 and beyond misses the point because it falsely suggests that the Tea Party and the Republican Party are different entities.
Regardless of the outcome of the 2010 elections, the Tea Party has already made history by spawning the craziest crop of political candidates America has ever seen.
I wish I could say that Sharron Angle's "You look Asian to me" comment was not too familiar to many of us Latino and Black professionals, but I'd be lying.
The Harry Reid vs. Sharron Angle race typifies what is dividing Americans this election year. I just hope that voters will ask themselves: Who do you think will actually lend you a hand should things get even worse?
Recently, Lilly Ledbetter endorsed Sen. Harry Reid. Ledbetter is the Good Lord's answer to Sharron Angle, who taunts Reid with her call to "man up."
Naheed Nenshi has never held elected office before, but, riding a wave of change in a city of oil and rodeos, he triumphed over his conservative rivals, winning a 40 percent plurality of the vote.
In case you have not been paying attention, I've assembled a small collection of quotes that reflects some of the new thinking that Tea Party advocates are bringing into the political process.
If we as Americans have a responsibility to protect our freedoms and to protect the freedoms of others, then calling attention to hate speech and repudiating racists is just the tip of the iceberg.
Man Up! - 1. Expression used bizarrely and illogically by female Republican candidates about male Democratic candidates. 2. Alarm sounded by the homophobic Carl Paladino when there are men in Speedos nearby.
If you see this weird, paranoid, fundamentalist, bigoted crowd, funded by the most reactionary of corporate interests, as somehow doing something better for the nation, then you're either a fool or one of them.
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