Sen. Mitch McConnell clearly can’t do math, nor does he know the history of his own party, but we’ll fix that for him in this piece.
We’ve got an exclusive look at the laws the GOP will be pass when they take control of the Senate next year.
An antagonistic “neener-neener” to anyone who thought Cliven Bundy was worthy of defense and/or admiration.
The right-wing will just embrace Cliven Bundy further, now that he’s revealed himself as a racist as well as a tax cheat.
The staggering cognitive dissonance of the gun nut examined.
Nuclear arsenals sort of make our Constitution obsolete.
We are the arbiters of our fate and the ones who assign rights to one another.
Are we really so beholden to men who have been dead for 200 years?
But the xenophobia that permeates the Republican party isn’t just about foreign policy; it stretches its full grasp into domestic policy as well. In fact, the previous example of socialized medicine, or welfare, or really any pro-labor regulation or discussion is considered “un-American.” Am I the only one who’s sick and fucking tired of that phrase? This election cycle has certainly confirmed that the silly nationalist jingoism overdose the Republican party took in the post-9/11 era is still very much so alive and present.
Why aren’t churches taxed? This seems like a legitimate question. The First Amendment says this: Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof; or abridging the freedom of speech, or of the press; or the right of the people peaceably to assemble, and to petition the …