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Brad Paisley’s Courageous Attempt to Bridge the Racial Gap

A country music star takes a brave stand, but is this simply a bridge too far? Read More »

So Much Needless Death in Colorado

Some of the tragedy of the Colorado Movie Theater Shooting. Read More »

Divided We Fall: America’s Unnoticed Culture Clash

The appeal of right-wing theocratic politics that most pundits just do not seem to understand. Read More »

The Champion of Mediocrity: Rick Santorum’s Unspoken Appeal

Rick Santorum should prove definitively why voters should seek an extraordinary, rather than an ordinary, candidate for public office. Read More »

Why Did Mississippi Black Counties Vote for Romney?

But majority-white counties went strongly for Santorum; why is that? Read More »

The Impossible Candidate

The GOP's search for a sensible and intelligent candidate who supports the GOP's crazy and stupid positions. Read More »

Should Doctors Be Able to Lie to Patients? Arizona Republicans Say “Yes!”

The great game of "I'm more conservative than you!" has reached a new low. Read More »

Mitt Romney for President

The Obnoxious American gives his official endorsement. Read More »

GOP Wants to Throw Up

Santorum wished he "had that particular line back." He should talk to Howard Dean about that kind of wish. Read More »

Has the GOP Allowed Itself to Be Manipulated by the Democratic Party?

Democrats and Republicans. Bugs Bunny and Yosemite Sam. Br'er Rabbit and Br'er Fox. Truly, life imitating art! Read More »