Tag Archives: GOP

How To Vote Right: Ted Cruz

Here’s an idea: instead of the man we’d like to share a beer with, how about electing the guy we’d like to punch in the face? Continue reading

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How To Vote Right: Ben Carson

Ben Carson is the antidote for a country that thinks too much and believes too little. Continue reading

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How to Vote Right: Rand Paul

Need some help winnowing down the GOP Presidential Field? Who doesn’t? With this post-partisan analysis, The Weeklings Guide to Voting Right helps you choose. Continue reading

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How Well Do You Know Your Candidates? A Weeklings Quiz

If a train is leaving New York at 4:03 pm, carrying 100 pounds of Trump hair, and another train is leaving Chicago at exactly the same time, carrying all the grain in the pyramids, at what point do the American people wake up? Continue reading

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SEVEN THINGS WE DON’T CARE ABOUT THIS WEEK: The Once and Future King Edition

Kings, Charlatans and Cowards! (And more!) Continue reading

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The Power of Political Narrative: Part One, The GOP

We know the Democrats consistently drown in a river of good intentions. Why are the Republicans so successful staying on script? They keep it simple, stupid. This is how the Reagan Revolution happened, why it endures, and why it matters today as much as ever. Continue reading

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Rick Perry, Bizarro Superman?

The governor is wearing glasses now, channeling his inner Clark Kent. This does not make him Superman. Continue reading

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Where There’s Smoke

Tom Gualtieri digs through the muck surrounding the Aaron Schock and Chris Christie scandals…and it ain’t unicorn poop. Continue reading

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Welcome to the Madhouse

How a belief in privacy for your sex life taught Tom Gualtieri that the internet is bananas. Continue reading

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You Can’t Spell “MITT ROMNEY” Without M-O-N-E-Y

Poverty is at all all-time high, income inequality is the worst in half a century, there’s 8 percent unemployment…and the Republicans are running The Unlikable Rich Guy. Greg Olear gives his two cents. Continue reading

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Who Is John Galt, and Why Does Paul Ryan Think He’s So Wonderful?

Greg Olear on Ayn Rand, Paul Ryan, and Mitt Romney’s fatal error. Continue reading

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Fetal Attraction

Typically, Republicans want to off everything with a heartbeat, be it an adorable animal, an enemy combatant, or a behoodied teen on his way to buy Skittles. Why, Stacie Adams wonders, should the unborn be exempt? Continue reading

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