News Summary
Cutting thru the Propaganda
Since the New Deal, Republicans have been on the wrong side of every issue of concern to ordinary Americans; Social Security, the war in Vietnam, equal rights, civil liberties, church- state separation, consumer issues, public education, reproductive freedom, national health care, labor issues, gun policy, campaign-finance reform, the environment
and tax fairness. No political party could remain so consistently wrong by accident.
The only rational conclusion is that, despite their cynical "family values" propaganda, the Republican Party is a criminal conspiracy to betray the interests of the American people
in favor of plutocratic and corporate interests, and absolutist religious groups. 

Why? Because they're evil GOP bastards!
Exposing the ugly truth
about the Republican Party's diabolical plot to replace constitutional democracy with an oligarchic
fascist theocracy...

It's the only rational explanation!
Why does the Republican Party zealously pursue policies so obviously counter to the best interests of ordinary Americans? 

It can only be
because they're...
statues, imports, arms and armor, swords, scientific instruments
Jack Hughes Essays 
Compare these analyses to the pap you were fed from the corporate media.

Barbarians Within Our Gates: The radical right is assaulting the very concept of modern civil society

All Democrats are 'McGoverniks' Now

If Republicans Want to Run Government Like a Business, Why Do They Keep "Selling" Below "Cost"?

State of the Union: Disaster 
(Feb. 2006)

Iraq: Staying the Course with Lies, Arrogance and Stupidity  (Dec. 2005)

Bush, DeLay & the GOP Sociopathocracy (Oct. 2005)

Fighting for the American way of life: Can freedom survive when democracy fails?

(Sep. 2005)

Bush, the GOP, Good, Evil and the Culture of Perpetual Scandal  (Jan. 2005)

Election 2004: The death of American democracy; or, are Americans too dumb to vote?  (Nov. 2004)

Forget 'Liberal Bias' -- for the Busheoisie It's 'Reality Bias.'   (Oct. 2004)

Mythology versus Reality: Re-Fighting the Vietnam War  (Sep. 2004)

The Fantasy-Camp Presidency of George W. Bush 
(July 2004)

The Secret Transcript of the Secret Meeting of Cheney's Secret Energy Task Force 
(May 2004)

Is Karl Rove Suffering from Spin Fatigue?
  (April 2004)

Grouse Media and the GOP Propaganda Machine  (Feb. 2004)

George W. Bush: When Hatred is Justified  (Dec. 2003)

The Banner Flap & Bush's Pattern of Deception
  (Nov. 2003)

Iraq: Not Going According to Plan  (Sep. 2003)

An Open Letter to the DNC  (June 2003)

Republicanoids, and Why They're Such Evil Bastards  (May 2003)

Bush & Iraq: A War in Search of a Justification  (April 2003)

Trent Lott and the GOP's Dirty Little Secret  (Jan. 2003)

Bush Wags the Dog  (Nov. 2002)

The "Under God" Pledge of Allegiance Flap
  (July 2002)
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The dysfunctional decline of America can be explained by the distillation of the two-party system into the Democrats' weak and cowardly, and the Republicans' mean and crazy. To plumb the depths of just how mean-spirited and barking-mad insane today's Republicans have become we present  former general counsel and executive director of the South Carolina Republican Party Todd Kincannon. 

"People with Ebola in the US need to be humanely put down immediately," the ardently pro-life Kincannon proposed, adding, "The protocol for a positive Ebola test should be immediate humane execution and sanitization of the whole area." At least Kincannon wants to be humane about it.

Only Democrats could be too polite,  too timid or too clueless to effectively portray madmen like Kincannon as kooks and grifters. Instead, they routinely offer voters nonsense about "reaching out" for "bi-partisan consensus" with these Tea Party lunatics. This type of naive gibberish will never motivate voters to the polls.

Krugman: In Defense of Obama

Sen. Elizabeth Warren, the teacher, reminds Democrats that ‘rally’ is a verb

Sen. Bernie Sanders rips Democrats for ‘weak politics’ and hesitating to stand up to billionaires

Pierce: Wolves in Creep's Clothing

Jim Crow returns: Millions of minority voters threatened by electoral purge

Why Conservatives Opt for Propaganda Over Reality

How Billionaire Oligarchs Are Becoming Their Own Political Parties

Courting Corruption: The Auctioning of the Judicial System

Bob Somerby Warns Against Media Storylines

Et tu, Leon?

From the 'Imagine That' File: States With Higher Black Turnout More Likely to Restrict Voting

Republicans again feign outrage over statement of obvious fact

Inside the Koch Brothers' Toxic Empire

This Republican Who Wants to End the Weekend Is Probably Headed to Congress

The Sociopathy of Chris Christie