Republicans in the U.S. Senate didn’t want the truth to come out. Not one single senate Republican voted in favor of the Whitehouse amendment. They killed the legislation, voting to maintain the coverup of payoffs to politicians from dirty fossil fuel corporations.
These printable maps show the number of delegates that are awarded for each state. These delegates will go to the national conventions, and then decide which politicians will represent each of the two dominant political parties.
David Rock, a businessman in western Iowa, defends Donald Trump with what he claims to be a rational argument in favor of banning Muslims from entering the United States. Does his argument hold water?
Why are the candidates in the 2016 Republican presidential nomination so extreme? To some extent, the unfortunate answer is that the candidates are extreme because Republican voters have become extreme. That’s not a complete explanation, however. In addition to the run-of-the-mill right wing extremism of
How delegates will be awarded to go to the 2016 Republican National Convention The GOP presidential nominee will be made at the Republican National Convention in 2016. The primary elections and caucuses in America’s states and territories don’t directly select the nominee. Rather, they select
The sort of religious liberty these Republicans support is akin to the philosophy of aesthetic choice offered by Henry Ford, who told customers that they could buy a Model T in any color, “as long as it’s black”.
A few weeks ago, Herbert Stephens of Concordia, Missouri, announced his candidacy for the Republican presidential nomination in 2016. Who is Herb Stephens? He’s the candidate with the most political experience, he says. Stephens writes, “Stop Being Clueless Among all the candidates running for the
Some Republican politicians have responded to Donald Trump’s demand that all Muslims, including American citizens, be prevented from crossing the border into the United States by condemning his statements. They want to create the impression that Donald Trump’s comments aren’t representative of the Republican Party.
While Republican voters used to spend a great deal of time accusing Barack Obama of being “The Antichrist”, they can’t bring themselves to do the same with Hillary Clinton, because, for Republicans, gender discrimination is even more important than hating Democrats. They just can’t wrap
I’m waiting for all the Republican voters to change their Facebook profile photos to the colors of Nigerian flag, and to post
“We are all Dakasoye” messages.
You might not care that Donald Trump wants to suppress journalists, because you’re not one, but think about this: If he keeps going and he actually becomes President, he might just get around to you, and you better hope that’s there someone left to help you.