Allen West, clearly bored with retirement, injects himself into the debate while ignoring manipulations of the ‘political’ groups being investigated.
by Rika Christensen •
Despite being gone AND cleared of wrongdoing, paranoia that ACORN is still out there performing criminal acts may inhibit anti-poverty funding.
by Egberto Willies •
It shows a concerted and methodical effort to destroy a senator with a fabricated story, a story that could have destroyed families and reputations.
by Lorraine Devon Wilke •
Thousands of ‘conservative grassroots activists’ (including Rand Paul) would be there, it would be up on the large video screen in the arena, designed to rally the troops. Just picture it.
by Brandon Weber •
ACORN and Santorum and the disabled, oh my!
The right-wing in this country has become an echo-chamber, reinforcing themselves against the steady encroachment of reality.
The only thing left is for the ‘professionally concerned private citizens’ to show up in white hoods holding nooses.
by Lorelei •
Don’t let Republican efforts to blame election fraud on individual voters go unchallenged or Republican attempts to keep you from voting succeed. Vote early, vote wisely.
by Wendy Gittleson •
Republicans have proven that they aren’t above sacrificing human lives and national security, all to win an election.
How much longer will the GOP idolize an immature “prankster” like O’Keefe?
by Winning Progressive •
For this weekend’s reading list, we have an interview with the author of a new book on how to tackle the deficit without destroying government, a critique of the GOP’s ‘faith-based’ economic theories, a study on conservative media bias that helped destroy ACORN, an accounting of how states have been unable to reform health insurance, an analysis of how computerized voter registration systems would increase voting rolls while saving money, and a critique of Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel’s undemocratic governance.
by Wendy Gittleson •
I’ll admit, some liberals have been nasty toward the death of Andrew Breitbart. 43 is far too young to die and his family does deserve condolences. But the fact remains that Breitbart was not a nice man. His life’s mission was to destroy people, using whatever means, honest or not, possible. He did not, however, deserve to die.