“Most terrorists are Muslim,” say the ultraconservative supporters of religious-based profiling and surveillance in America. The claim is resurfacing in the last week: Christopher Cook, April 19 2013: Whatever the specifics, the general fact is always the same: Not all Muslims are terrorists, but nearly
America needs every voter who sincerely believed in the promises of 2008 to push to make sure that those promises are fulfilled. If Rahm Emanuel won’t do anything about the Blue Dogs, then the Democratic rank and file should.
The conservative e-mail advertising juggernaut Human Events has managed to encapsulate the right-wing world view in just six words: BANG: Bad Guy Dies, You Live This understanding of the world explains a whole lot.
One of the more popular t-shirts over on America’s right wing is a joint portrait of Barack Obama and Der Fuhrer. Underneath are the words, “Hitler Gave Great Speeches, Too.” My head starts to spin at the ironic possibilities of a $12.99 shirt complaining about
Now that we’re planning to have a Democratic Party president again, the right-wing nutskies who decided back in the 1990s that Hillary Clinton was a coke-dealing murderer have emerged from their eight-year-long hibernation to come up with some new conspiracy theories. My current favorite is
Participants with right wing ideology tended to react more fearfully to the stimulus than liberals. Liberals could handle the threat and get on about their business.
Why does a Republican blogger equate car safety with the horrors of Nazi Germany?
Is it because Southern Baptist churches preach hate and discrimination? Is it because Southern Baptist churches stand against the traditional American values of liberty, equality and justice for all Americans? Is it because Southern Baptist churches have yahoos like Mike Huckabee standing up and proclaiming that women need to be subservient to their husbands?