Likening Social Security to a Ponzi scheme was the least crazy thing Perry said during the recent debate among Republican presidential candidates.
The Ames Straw Poll is as empty of meaning as a politician’s promise.
Gov. Rick Perry has expressed sympathy for the right of Texas to secede from the Union.
The foreign policy of the Republican presidential candidates — in verse.
One well-rehearsed performance in a single debate shouldn’t wipe out the memory of Michele Bachmann’s long public career filled with absurd misstatements of fact and bizarre conspiracy theories.
It turns out that Mitt Romney is that lazy, too-good-for-your-minimum-wage-job unemployed guy GOP lawmakers have in mind when they try to cut off unemployment benefits.
Drug policy analysts and advocates, including Sanho Tree, drug policy scholar and fellow at IPS, to focus on devastating impact on black communities as the Institute of the Black World declares war on the “War on Drugs.”
Gingrich proves again that “his friends hate him.”
Huntsman might be that magic Republican: one orthodox enough to win the GOP nomination but flexible enough to succeed in the general election. I wouldn’t bet on it.
If the nation were to deny the children of immigrants birthright citizenship, as some GOP legislators believe we should, could Mitt be deported?
Anyone with a modicum of intelligence can see that Trump’s birther claims are nothing more than an insincere sideshow designed only to promote his personal brand and boost his TV ratings.
Republican primary voters like weird, and when it comes to weird, Rep. Michele Bachmann tops the list.
The tea party effect: no Republican who can win the general election in 2012 can be nominated.
Gingrich has been posing as a possible candidate for a decade now, using the attention he gets to promote his books, speeches, lobbying business, and other hustles.
The congresswoman invents fables about the founders as well as her own personal history.