Jan Brewer Signs Controversial Abortion Bill Into Law

I truly believe that GOP politicians are unaware of the political pulse of the nation.  They are myopic in their quests to legislate the most extreme laws thinking that the “American people” as they often refer to us, are on the side of conservative governance.  I suspect that there will be a rude awakening in the… More Jan Brewer Signs Controversial Abortion Bill Into Law

TRMS: GOP’s Small Government Rhetoric vs. Big, Intrusive Government

Rachel Maddow demonstrates how every major GOP politician claims to support “limited government” but practice the total opposite. Related Articles Rachel Maddow exposes extreme agenda of conservative GOP Governors (ipundit.wordpress.com) Rachel Maddow: Connecting the dots from Wisconsin to D.C. (bruceturnerjr5.wordpress.com) Michael Moore to Rachel Maddow: “This Is Class War” (alternet.org) Maddow And O’Donnell Praise Obama’s… More TRMS: GOP’s Small Government Rhetoric vs. Big, Intrusive Government

Wednesday Blog Round Up

Rebels retreat from Libya oil port under attack BREGA, Libya (AP) — Rebels retreated Wednesday from the key Libyan oil port of Ras L.. Video: Wisconsin governor goes rogue to force anti-union bill Wisconsin Secretary of State Doug La Follette talks with Rachel Maddow about how bil Video: GOP conservatism: authoritarian or libertarian? Rachel Maddow demonstrates… More Wednesday Blog Round Up

Few Surprised to Learn that Tea Party Presidential Straw Poll Winner is a Crazy Bigot

Herman Cain, former CEO of Godfather’s Pizza is the antithesis of Barack Obama… Firedoglake At the time, I thought it was kind of random when Herman Cain, the former Godfather’s Pizza CEO, won the Teabaggers’ presidential straw poll in Feburary. I mean, I follow these wingnuts pretty closely, and that really took me by surprise. But… More Few Surprised to Learn that Tea Party Presidential Straw Poll Winner is a Crazy Bigot

After Congressional Progressives Ask ‘Where Are The Jobs?,’ GOP Rep. Biggert Says ‘Stop Talking About Jobs’

Think Progress One of the mantras of congressional Republicans over the past two years has been to ask, “Where are the jobs?” House GOP leader John Boehner (OH) made this into a theme of the campaign last fall. As then-GOP chairman Michael Steele summarized the argument: “Americans are still asking, ‘Where are the jobs?’ …… More After Congressional Progressives Ask ‘Where Are The Jobs?,’ GOP Rep. Biggert Says ‘Stop Talking About Jobs’