Elephant Droppings: The Far Right’s 10 Most Wanted
Power. That’s the name of the game in Republican politics. Not principle. Not vision. Who are the core players in that power game? t2P has combed several lists of ‘key’ … 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
Romney Wins in Iowa and New Hampshire Miss Mandate Mark
The public face of the Romney campaign is projecting power and trying to coalesce the GOP faithful around him. Privately, both the candidate and the GOP have to be worried. … Continue reading
Have Republicans Lost Touch with the American Public?
More than 14 million people are unemployed. Las Vegas capped ten GOP presidential debates. Republican candidates have served up hard Right fan faves, from banning abortion to tax and regulation … Continue reading
No Cure for the Chronic Malady of the American Political Spirit
The Tea Party should more appropriately be called the Me Party. There is a feeling of callousness and disdain for the poor floating around in the air lately. It is … Continue reading
In the Shadow of the Tea Party Revolt: Where are the Jobs, Jobs Jobs?
We are just two months away from the anniversary of the mid-term election of 2010, the oft-celebrated “Tea Party Revolt” by the Right. Tea Party Republicans swept into the 2010 … Continue reading
No More Sympathy For The Devil
“Pleased to meet you Hope you guess my name But what’s puzzling you Is the nature of my game…” Like the famous Rolling Stones tune, Republicans and their Tea … Continue reading
For the Economy’s Sake, Let Belief in Science Be This Election’s Litmus Test
At a time when we are sending our young men and women to the Middle East to free Afghanis from 9th century fundamentalist ignorance, it is ironic and very wrong when the … Continue reading