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Republicans Greatly Divided

Half of them want the party to be more conservative. Forty-six percent of Americans who either identify as Republicans or lean toward the party said they’d like the GOP and its candidates to become more conservative, while 32 percent said it should stay the same. In comparison, 49 percent of Democrats said their party should […]

It’s CPAC time!  I almost missed it!  (My invitation no doubt was lost in the mail.)  Since 2009, shortly after I first started writing a blog, I’ve been fascinated by the dizzy doings over at CPAC (Conservative Political Action Conference).  I admit that before I took to writing a political blog, I didn’t know much about […]

Taegan Goddard points to a New York Times story about the “delicate” issue Republicans face. The vaccination controversy is a twist on an old problem for the Republican Party: how to approach matters that have largely been settled among scientists but are not widely accepted by conservatives.” “It is a dance Republican candidates often do […]

Scott Walker was recently asked not to use music by the Dropkick Murpheys. Funny that other groups asking not to have their music used were all upset by Republicans. Please “like” Liberaland on Facebook  Now read this:Scott Walker Would Ban Abortion After 20 Weeks (Mar 5, 2015) Hall And Oates Suing Over Granola Called ‘Haulin’ […]

GOP Civil War

It looks like, having dodged the bullet and won his third term as Speaker of the House, John Boehner is going to be doing some House cleaning. And on the short list of clutter to be marginalized are the hardcore Tea Baggers who tried to oust him on inauguration day. I’m half-heartedly cheering for John […]

According to the article by Kevin Cirilli, Pope Francis “is increasingly driving a wedge between conservatives and the Catholic Church.
” Francis’s agenda, which also includes calls to address income inequality and limit climate change, is putting him at odds with Republicans, including GOP Catholics in the United States. Hours after President Obama announced moves to […]

When they start pontificating about how horrible Obummer is and how he is shredding the Constitution. here are a few things to point out. Obama’s executive action is not permanent and only helps people with long-standing ties to the United States. Obama’s executive action stresses border security and the deportation of criminal immigrants. Obama acted […]

Kentucky Senator Rand Paul was speaking at a Republican field office in Michigan in a predominately African-American neighborhood. The weakness, Paul added, is particularly serious when it comes to appealing to black voters. “Remember Domino’s Pizza? They admitted, ‘Hey, our pizza crust sucks.’ The Republican Party brand sucks and so people don’t want to be […]

Or maybe not. At the very least, the latest ad from the Republican National Committee is designed to scare the pants off nearsighted, mouth-breathing ignoramuses who are utterly clueless about what’s happening in the world and whether President Obama is legitimately to blame for all of it. And just in time for Halloween. The ad […]

Taegan Goddard reveals the secret place Republicans go to learn how to deal with the media. The school is a reaction to the high-profile crises the GOP has inflicted upon itself in recent years—from Todd Akin’s “legitimate rape” comment to Christine O’Donnell’s “I am not a witch” ad—and party officials are determined not to repeat […]

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