No More Turnipheads.
Republicans need a new pledge: NO MORE TURNIPHEADS. The primaries from Hell continue as the mediocre Mitt fends off reactionary Rick and nasty Newt. Another Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) … Continue reading
Arizona’s Alien Angst: Chicano Culture Clash is Constitutionally Crooked
Please click here to see a new story on this subject by Brian Ross… Our apologies for the weird link. – ed.
Rick Santorum: Stay in Your Lane
Rick Santorum wants his federal government both ways. There are two flavors of federal government. One with strong central powers, that has its hand in the day-to-day of life. Then there … Continue reading
For Romney, the ‘Where’ of Primaries Means Losses, Not Wins
It’s Mitt’s Michigan Miracle. Those fifteen “winning” delegates to Santorum’s paltry fifteen. Wait. That’s a tie, when you’re not doing Mitt Math. So the media scores one for Romney. Once … Continue reading
A State of the Union, Without Rebuttal
Democrats have a few whopping-bad ideas that we inject from time-to-time into the political system. One of them, the “response” to the State of the Union address, initiated under King … Continue reading
GOP Smackdown: The Winner of South Carolina won’t be Romney, Gingrich, Santorum or Paul
There will be one loser in Saturday’s South Carolina primary: The GOP. The winner will be Citizens United, which has unleashed the Godzillas of funding in the Battle of the … Continue reading
Why The West Must Maintain The Moral High Ground
I was born to Chinese parents. Raised as a Christian in a Muslim country. And we spoke English as a first language at home. Which is, to say, I grew … Continue reading
How The Gingrinch Stole An Election
Every Plebe Down in Plebe-ville Liked Freedom a lot, But the Gingrinch, Who lived just North of Plebe-ville Did NOT! The Gingrinch hated real freedom. The whole “we’re all equal” … Continue reading
The Dead Billionaires Club – The Dead Can’t Vote, but Should They Give?
If the dead can’t vote in Chicago, should they be allowed to influence politics from the grave in Pittsburgh and Denver and New York? The Koch brothers may be the … Continue reading