Markos wrote about Mitt Romney's foolish Election Day campaign schedule earlier and how the absurd image of the Romney and ...
I have been invited to participate in a debate. On one side there would be some honest folks from the early days of Occupy Wall Street and myself. On the other side would be a "Tea Party" panel ...
During Part One of this series, I approached the end of my post with this paragraph.
Apart from the political opposition from the insurance companies that Medicare for All would have engendered, I ...
Mostly lost in the discourse about the Richard Mourdock's comments about God and rape is a larger point that I would like to see brought out more often: If you believe in God, it is not surprising ...
I was completely unsuprised when the New York Times wrote back in August that Paul Ryan is a fan of the economist Friedrich von Hayek, a member of the Austrian school of economics. After all, the ...
Ohio is both a decisive swing state and a traditional union stronghold, and unions are making the most ...
Please read the whole article by Ron Rosenbaum over at Slate.com, but here is the heart of it.
I’ve spent some time putting “truth” claims and false equivalencies in perspective ...
Headline: "Draft Dodger talks War to Cadets (who aren't dodging service)."
Why does a Republican require a teleprompter? I thought they just wrote shit on their hands?
Principled global ...
I am rather fond of the second amendment for reasons that have almost nothing to do with guns. Maybe this makes me a bad progressive, but there it is. And yes, I grew up in southern Nehw Hampshire, ...
This is XLIV of MY STUPID STATE where I document what happens when a state full of Democrats elect a veto-proof, right-wing legislature along with a teabag, CRIMINAL governor to lead us. (Once again,