Contrary to the hopes of some, getting rid of Trump isn’t going to purge the GOP of Trumpism.
At least some conservatives appear to finally be recognizing that their movement has been taken over by grifters and frauds. The only question is, what took them so long?
Republicans face a choice in the coming days. Do they support the Constitution, or do they support Donald Trump? You can count on them making the wrong choice.
Whether Don Blankenship wins or loses in West Virginia, his success is yet another example of how Donald Trump has changed the GOP for the worse.
Once again, there’s speculation in Washington that Justice Anthony Kennedy could retire this year.
Roy Moore’s loss in Alabama is bringing out into the open a civil war that has been going on for seven years now.
An attempt to explain the consequences of institutional design.
Roy Moore’s victory in Alabama is raising fears of a wider battle in the Republican Party heading into 2018.
Steve Bannon may be out of the White House, but his efforts to continue pushing President Trump, and the Republican Party, even further to the populist far-right continues.
Another poll shows that most Americans would prefer that the vacancy on the Supreme Court be filled by President Obama than that it be left open for the next President to fill, but other factors make it unlikely the Senate will act.
The American people do not seem to support the Republican position on whether President Obama’s expected Supreme Court nominee should get proper consideration by the Senate.
Two new polls show that Americans are basically split equally on the question of who should appoint the Justice that will replace Antonin Scalia on the Supreme Court.
A new poll shows that the Tea Party movement is more unpopular than it has ever been before, even among Republicans and conservatives.
After nearly 20 years in office, Harry Reid announced early today that he would not seek reelection in 2016.
Tea Party backed candidates may have lost most of the GOP primary battles, but they’ve won the war for control of the Republican agenda.
Chris McDaniel and his Tea Party supporters are being very sore losers.
From the beginning, the Tea Party has shown itself to be just plain bad at picking candidates. This year, they finally seem to be on the verge of paying for it in the GOP primaries
Much like the guy who’s afraid to talk to girls in High School, Republicans don’t seem to know how to talk to women. But their problems are actually bigger than that.
Several conservative groups have jumped on the bandwagon of what appears to be a controversial Mississippi politician.
The shutdown debacle seems destined to lead to a battle between the Tea Party and the more business oriented elements of the GOP
Nearly two-thirds of House Republicans voted for default. They lost.
Much like the Tea Party, David Frum wants to make the GOP tent smaller.
The GOP’s chances to take over the Senate became much better over the weekend.
A new theory circulating on the right asserts that IRS targeting of Tea Party groups had an impact on the 2012 elections by diminish the Tea Party’s effectiveness. It’s mostly nonsense.
The GOP’s hopes of taking over the Senate in 2012 have all but slipped away, but there is another option.
Republicans are going to get trounced among Latino voters tomorrow, and they only have themselves to blame.
Whether Mitt Romney wins or loses, the GOP needs to evolve or be doomed to minority party status.
Is it reasonable to state that countries with less guns are more likely to become tyrannical than countries with more guns?
The race for the GOP nomination is taking shape.
Two things: 1) one of the best things I have seen on this topic and 2) and a re-iteration on what I think is the broader issue here.
The Republican candidates of 2012 are so weak because of GOP losses in 2004 and 2006 Senate and gubernatorial races.
Michele Bachmann raised more money in the First Quarter of 2011 than any other Republican. Which means that she’ll have to be taken seriously if she decides to run for President.
Is the only possible motivation conservatives could possibly have for calling out the lunatic fringe a desire for the acceptance of liberals?
Now that Republicans have the House, wouldn’t they be better off playing nice?
Yesterday, Eric Fuller, one of the victims of last week’s shooting in Tuscon, blamed Sarah Palin, John Boehner, Glenn Beck and Sharron Angle for the tragedy. Today he was arrested for making a death threat to a local Tea Party leader.
The relationships between inflammatory rhetoric and political violence is complicated.
The debate over heated political rhetoric has now led one Pennsylvania Congressman to suggest that some speech should be banned. This must stop now.