ABC continues to prove that they're willing to have a race the the bottom with the rest of our corporate media and their effort to become Fox-lite with guests like their resident troll under the bridge, Newt Gingrich, and his buddies...Show More Summary
Who said it? 1. “She’s a disgrace for comparing the Republican Party to terrorist groups.” 2. “What’s clear is this, if a private in the military had done what they’re accused of doing, there would be real consequences. There shouldn’t be a different set of rules for Hillary and her aides than others in […]
The super-PAC supporting Hillary Clinton’s presidential bid hammered the Republican Party by linking Donald Trump’s controversial comments on immigration with those of two of the party’s other front-runners. “Jeb Bush has drifted a tiny little bit, probably because of the rise of Trump, but he’s still the favorite and he’s been pretty stable”, Scott said.
Two of the Republican Party's more unique, popular and endlessly quotable personalities sat down for an interview Friday night as former vice presidential candidate Sarah Palin chatted with current GOP frontrunner Donald Trump on a variety of topics including the economy, the media and "Gotcha!" questions. Praising Trump as the "anti-status quo"...
“The party of Lincoln has become the party of Trump.” — Hillary Clinton, quoted by the New York Times, on the Republican party.
I know for many of you, there has never been a time that the Republican party was not fully evil. With my current political feelings, I can look back and understand your perspective. At the same time, I still think that the Republican party has become demonstrably worse in the past decade to the point [Read more...] This space reserved for your ad.
Sen. Ted Cruz The press still can't come to grips with just how far right the Republican Party has become in the last few years, and just how far right campaign candidates like Donald Trump and Ted Cruz are running. Note this morning's...Show More Summary
Expressions of populist anger, resentment toward unresponsive government institutions, and deep-seated frustration with "politics as usual" have dominated the rhetoric surrounding the Republican Party's ongoing presidential primary campaign. Show More Summary
As disruptive as Donald Trump has been for the Republican party, House Speaker John Boehner and Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell might just be their bigger problem right now. Apparently, major Republican donors are holding back...Show More Summary
Oy vay! Does the Republican party have a problem? They've got a large and unwieldy field of aspiring presidential nominees, all of whom want to appear in upcoming debates. But space is limited. Who should be left out? Who should getShow More Summary
Among a very long list of harms inflicted upon the United States by Barack Obama and his party, perhaps the worst was Caesarism. Obama relished the worship of millions in
The Republican Party and its handlers, including the right wing talk radio jocks such as Rush Limbaugh, and the bought-and-paid-for media such as FOX news, did not create the Tea Party. Michele Bachmann and a few others did that. But once the Tea Party got going, mainstream conservative Republicans, including and especially leaders in Congress,…
I have been arguing for some time that the Republican Party establishment is now thoroughly controlled by the Koch brothers and their close circle of billionaire cronies. On the policy issues that matter the most to the Kochs -- on climate...Show More Summary
During an interview on Thursday’s CBS This Morning, Norah O’Donnell repeatedly questioned New Jersey Governor Chris Christie over the Republican Party’s supposed unwillingness to condemn GOP presidential frontrunner Donald Trump. The...Show More Summary
The Republican Party is now the party of Donald Trump. That's a pretty astounding statement, but as Trump continues to not only lead in all the primary polls but also to drive the debate for all the other contenders, it would be hard to make the case that Trump hasn't completed what might be called a hostile takeover of the Republican Party brand. Show More Summary
In the first moments of Fox News' GOP debate earlier this month, Donald Trump was the only candidate on the stage would not vow to support the eventual nominee of the Republican Party, leaving the door open for an third-party campaign should he fail to secure the nomination.
The Republican Party, their presidential clown car now so overstocked with clowns that the wheels have been replaced by clowns, and the door handles have been replaced by clowns, and the radiator, fan belt and every cylinder have been...Show More Summary
On her self-titled MSNBC show Tuesday night, Rachel Maddow used the current feud between Fox News and Donald Trump to attack the news network as nothing more than an arm of the Republican Party. Maddow admitted that Fox was a “competitor of ours at MSNBC” but dismissed them as a news outlet and merely “Republican Party television. Show More Summary
Who knew he was so sensitive. Leave the Koch brothers alooooone!!!! says Charles Koch. President Obama and Harry Reid are just meanies, the billionaire who arguably has controlling interest of the Republican party, whined to Politico. Charles...Show More Summary
Donald Trump has until the end of next month to formally declare his allegiance to the Republican Party or his name will not appear on the South Carolina presidential primary