Is the Neocon-Tea Party War Running American Democracy Over the Political Cliff?
The future of this Democracy is no longer a Republican-Democrat thing. It rests in the results of a dogfight for the steering wheel of the GOP’s 1966 Thunderbird as it … Continue reading
Will Republicans Take This Pledge? Leave Racism Out of Campaign 2012
Before the next ballot is cast, let us challenge Republicans: Take one pledge: Publicly denounce birtherism and racism at all campaign events, meetings. Repudiate its use by any Super … 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
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
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
GOP 2012: Running for the Sidelines, Not the White House
Most of the “GOP hopefuls” know that they do not have a hope in hell of winning. So why do it? The label “Republican Candidate” is a rhetorical gold mine … Continue reading