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Donald Trump, The Republican Party, And The Future Of American Democracy Are At A Crossroads

I tend to put most of what President Trump has done into two general categories. The first category is things that a normal Republican president would do under normal circumstances. This includes promising to work with Congress to repeal...Show More Summary

John Oliver Slays Republicans On Obamacare

John Oliver had a great time punching the Republican Party over Obamacare last night. "[Trump's HHS Secretary] Tom Price once proposed a tax credit of $1,200 for people aged 18 to 35 and $3,000 to people 50 and up, which is roughly a third of the cost of the most bare-bones plans on the market today. Show More Summary

A Solution for GOP Climate Denial

(Photo: AP/Elaine Thompson) The stacks at the Nucor Steel plant in Seattle on February 25, 2016 F ifty-two years after the first scientific warning to a U.S. president, the Republican Party still has no official policy to deal with climate change. Show More Summary

‘Tick tock, motherfckers!’: John Oliver is still waiting for that Republican alternative to Obamacare

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This week on HBO’s Last Week Tonight with John Oliver, Oliver ripped the Republican Party for voting to repeal Obamacare before they have any form of alternative idea to replace it. “Obamacare is not perfect,” he said. “It had and has serious flaws.” The Healthcare.gov...

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Donald Trump: Congratulations to Thomas Perez, who has just been named Chairman of the DNC. I could not be happier for him, or for the Republican Party!

Trump and Perez Trade Barbs

“Congratulations to Thomas Perez, who has just been named Chairman of the DNC. I could not be happier for him, or for the Republican Party!” — President Donald Trump, on Twitter. “Call me Tom. And don’t get too happy. Keith [...]

Trump trolls Tom Perez on DNC win: 'I could not be happier for him, or for the Republican Party!'

President Donald Trump offered a backhanded congratulations to former Labor Secretary Tom Perez, who was narrowly elected chairman of the Democratic National Committee on Saturday. "Congratulations to Thomas Perez, who has just been named Chairman of the DNC. Show More Summary

Trump Sees GOP as ‘Party of the American Worker’

Boston Globe: “Attempting to put a defining framework on his tumultuous first month in office, President Trump on Friday articulated a new vision for the Republican Party as a populist defender of the working class that will challenge elites at [...]

Remaking the Republican Party: Populism a la Trump

Donald Trump and his chief adviser Stephen Bannon signalled a total rebranding of conservatives at the CPAC.

If familiarity breeds contempt then a lack of familiarity must breed respect

Members of the latest iteration of the Republican Party are less able to cope with criticism than their predecessors. Hilarity ensues. For example, here’s Breitbartian and Bannon protege Sebastian Gorka invoking the If familiarity breeds contempt then a lack of familiarity must breed respect clause, which is regularly used by grade school students and annoying […]

How Steve Bannon Conquered CPAC—and the Republican Party

On Thursday, Steve Bannon, who is President Donald Trump’s most influential adviser, and Reince Priebus, Trump’s frequently embattled chief of staff, spoke together at the Conservative Political Action Conference, the annual gathering for activists, politicians, and media professionals on the right. Show More Summary

Trump’s Health-Care Nightmare Is Only Just Beginning

The Republican Party’s best chance to repeal Obamacare is already gone.

The relationship between Trump and the Republican Party is still evolving

Kellyanne Conway was straightforward and stuck to the facts in her appearance at the Conservative Political Action Conference Thursday morning. Her comments about how she views feminism are making most of the headlines, but I was struck by what she said about the Trump campaign and how the Trump movement as a whole has sparked a […]

Donald Trump’s Callous Bullying Is What the Republican Party Is

This is very Trumpian in its gratuitous cruelty, and yet President Pence, Rubio, Cruz would be doing the same thing: The Trump administration on Wednesday revoked federal guidelines specifying that transgender students have the right to use public school restrooms that match their gender identity, taking a stand on a contentious issue that has become […]

The Paul Ryan Small Savers Tax

As everyone knows, the fundamental principle of the Republican party is to redistribute as much income as possible from the rest of us to the rich. In keeping with this principle, Paul Ryan and the Republicans in Congress are pushing through a proposal to make workers pay larger fees on their retirement accounts. Show More Summary

Milo Scandal Lays Bare the Moral Corruption of the Conservative Movement

He may not be an ideological conservative, but the movement created him. Now it must own him and the hatred he spews. Since the early days of its ascendance in the Republican Party, the conservative movement’s leaders have advanced their cause on two major claims that have shaped conservatism’s identity: moral rectitude and love of the Constitution. Show More Summary

GOP Congressman says terrorists can hide nukes in marijuana bales and that's why we need a wall

At some point, one would think, the Republican Party is going to eventually need legislators who are not deeply, deeply stupid. While defending the need to build a costly wall along the southern U.S. border, Rep. Trent Franks (R-AZ)Show More Summary

Only Blind Partisanship Could Prevent Liberals From Seeing Rand Paul as a Principled Critic of Executive Overreach

More on Rand Paul, Trump’s most slavering congressional lackey: The Republican Party has largely decided to cover for Donald Trump’s massive corruption, grotesque lies, and manifest unfitness for office. But few of them have gone quite so far, or quite so cravenly, as Rand Paul. The junior senator from Kentucky, and onetime hope of the […]

Milo and the Moral Corruption of the Conservative Movement

AP Photo/Mary Altaffer Milo Yiannopoulos speaks during a news conference, Tuesday, February 21, 2017, in New York.  S ince the early days of its ascendance in the Republican Party, the conservative movement’s leaders have advanced their cause on two major claims that have shaped conservatism’s identity: moral rectitude and love of the Constitution. Show More Summary

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