Cutting thru the Propaganda Fog
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
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
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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?
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
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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Chuck Schumer's Disingenuous Iran Deal Argument
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The Frightening Power of the Home-Schooling Lobby
What can one say about Donald J. Trump? A loud- mouthed billionaire whose greatest accomplish- ment was being born rich, he's now being treated as a serious candidate for president, Apparently, his presidential ambitions were inspired by his short-lived career as the nation's Birther-in-Chief, after publicly dispatching his crack team of private investigators to "get to the bottom" of President Obama's birth certificate. Although humiliated for his efforts, he learned how easily the rubes could be manipulated by that type of nakedly transparent demagoguery and threw his hairdo into the ring. Pandering to the know-nothings of the Republican base comes easy for a super-salesman like Trump. The goobers and the corporate press corps don't seem bothered by his lack of policy details, but they love his imperious boasting, his insults, his tough talk and his promises of simple solutions to complex problems. It's national politics reduced to infotainment. The rubes are so enthralled that they're willing to overlook Trump's flippant dismissal of communion, Christianity's holiest sacrament. Even though Trump claims the Bible is his favorite book, he was unwilling -- or unable -- to cite a favorite verse, claiming it was "too personal." It's likely that it just hasn't been worth his time to memorize a few verses just for show. Trump hates Mexicans and that's good enough since, for the religious right, the "right" always takes priority over the "religious." MORE