So I read an article on the The Grio a little while ago that left me a bit perplexed. Apparently there’s some confusion in the Black community as to whether or not Senator Rand Paul, a.k.a. the GOP Emissary to… Read More ›
Paul Ryan on Poverty: Friendship is Magic!
Apparently the Beatles were right. All you need is love. At least according to Paul Ryan and Jeb Bush. Well, not exactly. It’s the love you can find that only resides within the confines traditional marriage. That and a host… Read More ›
This Week in Mansplaining
Emmissary to Black People, Rand Paul, has taken time off of his busy schedule of badly explaining Civil Rights to students at HBCU‘s to engage with the War on Women critique leveled at Republicans by Democrats on Meet the Press. And… Read More ›
The Rise of Independents?
So Gallup has a new poll that has political media types extolling the power of independents. The poll basically says that party identification in down for both Republican and Democrats at 25% and 31% respectively. However, people identifying as Independents… Read More ›
Naked Power Grab?
Never let it be said that Richard Cohen is the only horrible writer from the Washington Post’s Opinion pages. Out pours the font of wrongheaded albeit conventional wisdom from Dana Millbank to muddy up the waters regarding the recent change… Read More ›
Obamacare vs. the Hurricane Katrina Response
I have to hand it to the media. Their ceaseless attempts to appear non-partisan just continues to get them into trouble. Since they were so tough on President Bush during the cascading Hurricane Katrina response debacles (and with good reason)… Read More ›
Gaydar: Technological Wonder
The recent WSJ/NBC poll seemed to have sent shock waves through the Republican caucus. But then they remembered that they don’t believe in things that don’t comport with their pre-established narratives. And also a tiny, overtly racist protest outside the White… Read More ›
Let’s Keep Those Commitment Papers Handy
I’ve been trying to stay away from the whole government shutdown thing. Yes it’s completely bonkers to threaten to and then move forward with shutting down the government over a bill that was debated for over a year, passed through… Read More ›
Happy Anniversary/It’s Awards Season
I can’t believe it’s been a year since I started this blog. Or non-blog, as I was fond of saying, and saying, and saying ad nauseam. Things have changed quite a bit. And I’m not just talking about our looks…. Read More ›
Once More Unto the Breach with Guns
It’s about time for another episode of Senseless Tragedies with Guns. So stop me if you’ve heard either of these stories before — violence-obsessed gang members with easy access to assault-style weapons go on the second shooting spree in a… Read More ›
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