DR Tucker does progressivism a great service in calling out Thomas Frank.
Frank is the author of What’s the Matter with Kansas? as well as the founder of The Baffler. He has made a career out of blasting the […]
John Stoehr wrote a new post, For Republicans, the Senate may be the price for SCOTUS blockade, on the site John Stoehr 1 year, 8 months ago
The Hill reported yesterday that seven Republican senators are willing to meet with Merrick Garland, President Obama’s pick to replace the late Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia. Until then, Senate Republicans […]
It’s a question that enrages conservatives and discomfits liberals: Is there utility to violence? More specifically, did violence have any impact on the surprise announcement last week of homicide charges brought […]
They just know they can’t appear not to care
The Republican Party appears to accept that poverty and the inequities of wealth and political piwer that have prevailed over the last 15 years are issues it can no […]
It’s too bad Mitt Romney decided against running in 2016. If the Republican Party were smarter, it would run him.
I say this as someone who wrote reams of copy about his 2012 campaign, much of it […]
For Charles Blow, the recent deaths of Michael Brown, Eric Garner and Tamir Rice meant that black parents should talk to their children, especially sons, about the realities of police power. That lesson was […]
John Stoehr wrote a new post, Vaccine Debate Shows That Freedom is Good Governance, on the site John Stoehr 2 years, 9 months ago
Senator Rand Paul and New Jersey Governor Chris Christie must feel like they’ve been thrown under the bus. They were just doing what every red-blooded Republican would have done.
In saying parents should have <a […]
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