Two cities, one in Georgia, the other in California, that are facing very similar legislative decisions.
The GOP chose William F. Buckley's path against Barry Goldwater's warnings, and the 2012 election proved their error.
The American people have spoken.
Conservatives are quite right that taxes are wealth redistribution. They just don't realize how this benefits all Americans.
The GOP path back to power comes with a price that I doubt very many of them would want to pay.
It turns out that the right-wing media was right: Muller was never an anthropogenic global warming denier. But they still despise him.
The London Olympics' opening ceremonies are a reminder that America would be wise to heed.
If feckless isn't trending on Twitter, it should be.
Do the Republicans really fear President Obama? Or are they simply wishing they had had a president this conservative?