I’d like to thank the right wing for everything they’ve done for us over the years, beginning with: Richard Milhous Nixon Had it not been for Tricky Dick, the concept of for-profit healthcare would have never gripped the nation as it has, allowing CEOs of healthcare companies to retire with […]
Articles by: Bruce Lindner
In case you haven’t noticed it, a rift has opened up between two camps on the left, and it poses a very real threat to everything we’ve been fighting for.
Conservatism doesn’t change, which is the whole point, but their talking points do.
The Republican Voter Litmus Test
Which party prides itself in being the party of business? The party that pushes for deregulation, the easing of wage costs, and environmental and safety concerns in the interest of profits.
You might be a conservative if you believe any of the things on this list. A humorous, albeit realistic look at how conservatives think.
Is the Tea Party a haven for uneducated, gone to seed, white racists? Watch the video and decide for yourself.
In my youth, the conservative wing of the Republican party was dominated by the likes of Everett Dirksen, Barry Goldwater, Richard Viguerie and Ronald Reagan. There are two indisputable facts about these four men: One, that they were all proud conservatives during their time, and two, by today’s standards, not one of them would be recognized as conservative enough to satisfy the Tea Party.
Muammar Qaddafi and Osama bin Laden killed more Americans than any other terrorist backers in history. Before 9/11, Qaddafi was #1, only to be outdone by Osama bin Laden, whom President Obama hunted to extinction.
Which group of Americans promotes ideological cronyism within the judicial system, conservatives or liberals?
Up until three weeks ago, the race for pole position amongst the Republicans candidates was firmly in the hands of Mitt Romney. Then Governor Perry of Texas threw his Stetson in the ring, and suddenly Mitt Romney is trailing Perry by two to one in the latest polling. How can that be? The guy looks, acts and talks like George W. Bush 2.0, minus the smarts.
Earlier this year, we were jubilant when Tunisia ejected Zine El-Abidel Ben Ali, and even more so when the people of Egypt soon after booted Hosni Mubarak from power. As defenders of freedom and the will of the people, we were elated to see these two countries rise up and overthrow their tyrannical dictators.
I decided to randomly scan the comments section under a FoxNews.com article (on the debt ceiling crisis). Look at the names these people have chosen to post under, and even the graphics they use for their personal avatars. For those who’ve never actually read the posts of these folks, this might come as a bit of a shock for you, but you should know what they’re saying. In today’s climate, these people are now the GOP mainstream.
George W. Bush said he couldn’t do anything to lower gas prices when he was President. No Republicans criticized him. Obama does something to lower gas prices and Republicans criticize him. Why haven’t more people noticed?
A timeline from the last 10 years showing how the Republican party is weak on terror, and on National Security.
A complete timeline chronicling the hunt for Osama bin Laden, beginning during the Clinton Administration, and ending shortly after bin Laden’s assassination. This timeline shows several different ways that George W. Bush failed to catch bin Laden, and how his Administration is now trying to take credit.
The one attribute Republicans hold that no other group in world history can claim, is that they can do no wrong. Seriously! As remarkable as this claim sounds, just look at their track record.
By now, we’ve all heard the new whisper campaign. ‘President Obama deserves credit for following the Bush policies that led to the killing of Osama bin Laden.’ The fact is, that is pure CRAP.
Ronald Reagan’s birth certificate was issued in 1991, but he died in 2004. Does that mean he was 13 when he died, or that Presidents sometimes need new copies of their birth certificates?