Rick Perry's plan to take down Mitt Romney.
In the debate between the idealists and the fatalists, the fatalists are winning.
Nothing says "reform" like "ask lobbyists to help write my plan."
Romney’s rivals finally managed to sow real doubts about his ideological convictions.
Anti-Semites tend to lean heavily on the hand-lettered-sign mode of communication.
Women aren't discriminated against anymore? At all?
Cain’s candidacy offers the perfect balm for this festering wound upon the conservative psyche.
Conservatives defend a series of nonsense statistics about taxes and inequality.
What liberals should do about Occupy Wall Street.
The Republicans' Real American Jobs Act is neither real nor a jobs act. It is American, though.
What could cause a homeless panhandler, normally paragons of rational discourse, to act suddenly mean and crazy?
More evidence of the screwy here-you-take-it, no-you-take-it dynamic of the Republican race
Romney can screw some of the people all of the time, and all of the people some of the time, but he can't screw all of the people all of the time.
The Texas governor improved his performance just enough.
Elizabeth Warren is, in the liberal mind, what Barack Obama was in 2008
Republicans are responding to the groundswell of protest with their own brand of class warfare.
Ralph Nader's new, even less coherent rationale for helping the Republicans win.
How could we have avoided economic disaster? Perhaps through the Keynesian stylings of President John McCain.
Republicans endorse tyrannical Obamacare strategy.
When you're trying to craft an image of a strong leader, it's generally best to avoid comparing your candidate to a puppy.